Tag archives for Denver

  1. Wanna work with me? (You do.)

    If you’re in Denver, Las Vegas, or Los Angeles, the company I work for (and really enjoy working with) is hiring. We are actively hiring for several roles on our team. We’d like to add some additional design/front-end capabilities as well as several back-end or full-stack web developers. More about these roles can be found…

  2. Warm night.

    Cold beer. Light breeze. Outside on the patio. Sure beats the Vegas heat. Sure beats most things.

  3. Life really is grand, but you’ve gotta look for it.

    We have lived in Colorado for over a year now. Holy cow I like this place. Tonight Sheri and I went for a walk and saw a couple of cute bunnies. About six doors down a neighbor was out enjoying the evening as well. We stopped to say hello and ended up chatting for over…

  4. Soupy Sailing

    The Mall Ride bus I take from the office to Union Station smelled like soup today. The whole interior reeked of soup! I don’t even know what kind of soup, either. It was just a generally soupy smell. I was standing by a door while riding. The smell dissipated when the door was open, but…

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    Sheri likes to peruse Craigslist for jobs. She said this gem shows up every week or so: Company Expanding Seeking Office Help (Denver, CO) Company expanding seeking part-time or full-time office help. We are hoping to fill positions over the next two weeks. Please provide resume and references. We will get back to you shortly.…

  6. Slow Rider

    I rode my bike to the train station today for the first time in weeks. Even with the threat of snow this afternoon, I just felt the need to not drive my car and get a little exercise in the process. It was cold, of course, but I got so much more out of it…

  7. I’m continually surprised at the number of cars in the Denver metro area with expired license plates, cracked windshields, or both. It’s far worse then I ever noticed in Las Vegas or anywhere else.  Does anyone have an explanation?

  8. Wrong Number

    Dear CenturyLink (or whatever you’re called this week since I’ve known you as Embaq, Sprint and maybe even other names): You represent yourself as a modern company despite selling some very old technologies.Worse, you employ ancient sales techniques that are inappropriate in the modern world. I had your DSL service when we lived in Las…

  9. Yesterday Was A Weird Day

    Yesterday was one of those weird ones where a confluence of the absurd should have caused me great distress, but was so improbable and ridiculous as to make me laugh at it all instead. It started first thing as Sheri gave me new bottle of hair conditioner that she won’t be using. I just used…

  10. My day was great!

    I woke up and wanted to stay in bed, so I did for a few extra minutes. Not enough to be late, but enough to feel a little naughty and luxurious. I got up, did my morning business, and had some breakfast. Business and breakfast done, I got dressed. The temperature was in the 40s,…

  11. Colorado’s cold helps me exercise

    Sure, I grew up in Buffalo, NY so I knew cold, but I have spent my entire adult life living in the warmer climates of Florida and Southern Nevada. If it got cold there, it wasn’t that cold and it didn’t stay cold that long. Since we moved to Colorado in May, I have experienced…