My Reading List (2020)

After college, I resolved to read one book a month. It can be fiction, non-fiction, technical, business-oriented, or whatever as the goal was to always be absorbing and digesting new ideas and information, even just for fun. With the Kindle app and travel, that was always easy. In 2020, that was a whole other story. Regardless, I […]


My Reading List (2019)

After college, I resolved to read one book a month. It can be fiction, non-fiction, technical, business-oriented, or whatever as the goal was to always be absorbing and digesting new ideas and information, even just for fun. In more recent years, I’ve generally tried to read 3 per month which works great with a Kindle app and […]


My Reading List (2018)

After college, I resolved to read one book a month. It can be fiction, non-fiction, technical, business-oriented, or whatever as the goal was to always be absorbing and digesting new ideas and information, even just for fun. More recently, I’ve generally tried to read 3 per month which works great with a Kindle and a ton of […]


My Reading List (2017)

After college, I resolved to read one book a month. It can be fiction, non-fiction, technical, business-oriented, or whatever as the goal was to always be absorbing and digesting new ideas and information, even just for fun. This year I flew over 100k miles and combined with reading for a few minutes before bed each night, I got […]


My Reading List (2016)

After college, I resolved to read one book a month. It can be fiction, non-fiction, technical, business-oriented, or whatever as the goal was to always be absorbing and digesting new ideas and information, even just for fun. At Clarify.io, we had a bi-weekly bookclub based on the same idea. I should note that I was heavy on fiction this […]


LinkedIn Intelligence – Part II

Two months ago, when I wrote on using LinkedIn to gain information on your competitors – titled "Open Source Intelligence: LinkedIn" – I expected no response. It's been an interesting and useful exercise of mine that I thought a few would get a kick out of… nothing more. Publicly, yes, that's exactly what has happened… […]