The Rentals + Ozma

Wow.  It’s going to be hard to come up with the proper words.  Words that will do these guys justice, words that will properly describe the emotion, passion, and energy of these two bands are not easily formed. I was a teenager when I first heard The Rentals, shortly after their first album, Return of […]

New Blog

I’ve decided to create another blog to differentiate subject matter. The crowd I’ve attracted to space-age wasteland is largely addicted to productivity methods, GTD, gmail, and other geekery and hackery (I’m a blogger, I may coin words as I please). For my new ministry and work in keynotes for youth events and for my liturgical […]

Bingbit Update

So why have I been quietly calculating my next move? First, some details on what’s different about bingbit. Old: Liturgical music publishers charge a per copy license for music and separate the licensing from mechanical reproduction: costly. bingbit: Parish Licensing Program allows music ministers and worship leaders to purchase a combination copy-limited piece of music […]


…Seems to be the theme of the day. I did a good job catching up on my Google Reader subscription list last evening. Then when I opened my Google home page this morning, the only two new entries were both entitled “Belief”. At first, I was really scared. I thought someone was trying to tell […]

Uncle Widget (the real deal)

I’ve got big plans for Uncle Widget. What started as a way to replace the horribly pedestrian music that continuously played in my daughters’ rooms has become a core component in my vocational adventure. The first CD, Bedtime on Mars is meant to foster peace and creativity in your sleeping child. It gets them accustomed […]

Family Life July ’06

As promised, and update on the family: It’s a… Ok, so we won’t know the sex of the baby for another 2 weeks, but Cindy and I are expecting our third child in December! What do you DO all day? Mom works at home with the kids, and I’m working at home. Since I’ve got […]