I am pleased to announce the completion of Sarah’s latest compositional project, Three Images of Christ’s Final Hours. This is a fifteen minute collection of three individual pieces that, when performed as a set, depict the Garden of Gethsemane (including Christ’s prayer, arrest, and trial), the Crucifixion, and the Resurrection. The completion of this collection […]
Jon Gales, the mastermind behind MobileTracker and CarbWire, has recently launched GoogleRumors. GoogleRumors is a new blog dedicated to, you guessed it, rumors about Google. Jon frequently updates the blog with the latest rumors, and he also accepts rumor submissions. All submissions are kept 100% anonymous.
Soon, the New Year will be upon us. Yes, it is a time for celebrating what good has come and what good will come, bit it is also time to celebrate The Lord of the Rings. Yes, it appears that the trilogy has finally come to an end this month, with the released of The […]
Jon has redesigned MobileTracker. No, he didn’t switch over to WordPress, but he did upgrade to MovableType v3, and the look and feel has been completely altered. Personally, I like it. It’s simple like its previous version, but has a flare that brings it up to code with a few of the “modern commercial” designs. […]
Merry Christmas, Darling! You mean the world to me!
Following my attempt at creating a GarageBand creation, Sarah (my better half) has finished hers. Vortex Warped is a four minute piece composed of several audio loops in a complicated and creative way.
Yes, there is life after 18! My good friend, Jon Gales, has been featured (subscription required) in this month’s Business 2.0 magazine! And yes, he’s only 19! Why was he featured? Because he pulls, on average, $55k/year for working three hours a day (roughly) on a niche website. Jon’s site, MobileTracker, makes him about $70/hour. […]