I don't know if this is still a THING people use any more among us Jackals, but Richard A here (S1E7, "Vocational Wheel") and I wanted to let folks know that I'm currenty looking for employment in the NYC area. (Telecommute is okay, too, but I really prefer going into an office.) I've been a Community Lead for the last year with a local Fintech startup, and done stuff ranging from driving user growth, content curation, email newsletter design, blogging, managing social network profiles, Q/A, and even ordering snacks for the office.
You can find a résumé at https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/502172/resume%20-%20richard%20j%20anderson.pdf
Thanks to my fellow Jackals for your support.
There are now *381* official Nice!™ products at Walgreens: http://kev2.me/B2WNice
Another Back to Work! Time to put on the "That's Fine for Merlin" t-shirt, grab the Nice!™ almonds, and settle in for another weekly installment of my favorite podcast. Anything could come up - bathroom cleanliness, passive aggressive behavior patterns, flatiron steaks... the list goes on. One thing for sure - IT'S THE WAY OF THE FUTURE.
"Look at me, I'm Merlin Mann. I can sing, I can dance. Want to see me do some steps? Watch this, it's Irish!"
Show me all of the blueprints.
Why am I here. Another online account. I don't tune in live, so I guess this is as jackally as I get.
Scroll over Dan's face up there. At the top. The top of the screen. Where is says members. Yep, right there.
It scrunches. I can't stop.
Hey, if I made the change correctly, all jackals should now have the ability to create new wiki pages (not just edit them).
Let the Creation of Very Important Materials begin!
Am I the only nude person here? Because, as ever, I REALLY hope I'm not the only nude person here.
I didn't actually post this, did I?
Are you working from home in your altogether, sealed to your red leather chair, just steps away from all your favorite globes, candlesticks, and cowboy boots?
Erm. Wrong podcast. Where is John Roderick anyway?
The name of the app Merlin was talking about in the #86 AD is "Sleep Cycle." If you don't mind keeping your phone or iPod Touch under your sheets while charging, warming your head with gentle iRadiation, it does really work well, not only with tracking your sleep but with waking you up when you actually have the best chance of waking up.
Another similar app is MotionX Sleep, whci came recommended by Andy Ihnatko on MacBreak Weekly, and it's also a pedometer. (Yeah, I know that's two very at-odds features in an app.) I've used both, but I think MotionX Sleep did a better job of waking me.
Thanks for the tip -- as I've now automated my barely concious mind to occasionally disable the alarm, a change-up could be really good for me.
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