Monthly Archives: October 2015

Working on a Small Business Project

I am not going to be deeply involved in this project, but I have agreed to help a couple of my friends get a small business off of the ground. It is going to be pretty tough to figure out some of the regulatory issues involved in this business. The big thing is dealing with the EPA, because some of the processes that they use involve emissions that have to be filtered before they get out of the air. I trying out this free invoice template word that I found on the web this morning. Continue reading

Let Me Be Faithful to You, Netflix

For those of us who have to travel a lot, not being able to access our Netflix shows wherever we go has kind of turned into a giant pain. Most of my problem is the fact that I’m in Canada at least three days out of the week recently which means that I’ve been losing out on some serious Netflix binging time whenever I get out of the data center. Come on guys, let me watch what I want to watch without having to resort to third party tools like Netflix USA. I want to give you money. I love the fact you, Netflix, has let me cut the cord to my cable company. Let me give you just a bit more money to have access to the shows I’ve been watching!

I know it’s not your fault, Netflix. Continue reading

A More Pleasant Way to Shop

Maybe you’ve already seen the Cyber Monday ads for 2015 – they’re coming out of the wood work as the day quickly approaches us. This always happens to me; I see them early on but somehow manage to forget that the holiday season is upon us. It’s as if summer disappears one day leaving behind cooler weather and sales galore. This also means that Black Friday is not far behind – a day that I wish could simply be willed away forever more. It’s an awful day that serves little but to make Americans appear to be no better than starving curs fighting over left over stock.

American companies care nothing for the consumers on this day. Black Friday is an aptly named day; that day which the retail giants are able to pull themselves into the blacks from the red, marking it a profitable season. Continue reading