Ten Decades of Ruling, No More

This letter was found on the desk of the North Korean Premier on 2 September 2020 and declassified by the United States Government on 12 September 2048. The Premier was found dead, succumbing to a self-inflicted gunshot wound, after an apparent murder-suicide plot to kill members of the Democratic People’…

Exiting the Free Course Game at PMfive

While posting free courses from the likes of Udemy or Coursara is indeed a traffic driver to my sites, it’s time to exit that game. On my project management site, Project Management Five, I was posting courses almost daily. While it was nice to see my numbers jump with…

Host your Ghost blog images on Cloudinary

Updated for Ghost v. 3.x If you’re running your Ghost blog from a Raspberry Pi, you’re limited on how big or how many images you’ll be able to host. Not by any limitations of Ghost or the Pi itself, but by the size of the SD…

Soundtrack Review: Upgrade

“An absolute mess of sound and rhythm… and I LOVE it!” If I had to be quoted as to my thoughts on Jed Palmer’s soundtrack for the movie Upgrade, that’s what it would be. I have a habit of not seeing a moving until after I’ve listened…

Soundtrack Review: LOGAN

The latest and last Hugh Jackman “Wolverine” movie, LOGAN, was released to the world on 3 March 2017 and has since received nothing short of great praise (IMDB gives it an 8.7 of 10 and Rotten Tomatoes a 92%). And as is the case with most hit movies there’…

Soundtrack Review: Game of Thrones, Season 6

First, let’s start with (now at the bottom) the one single song that renewed my interest in soundtracks (sometimes called epic soundtracks): Game of Thrones, Season 6 “Light of the Seven.” This entire album is great. And as much action the whole album spews it seems easy to forget…

Buddhist Boot Camp

I was recently recommended a book from my brother-in-law after he and I were discussing the future; more exact, my future after my military retirement. I told him that we (the family) were looking to slow way down in our daily life. His eyebrows raised a little; “Have you ever…