A Good Badger Update

So instead of my typical 2am routine of Netflix, Hulu, and Google Reader, I decided to update the WordPress Software on this site.  This is much easier said than done.  Needless to say, zrdavis.com all but imploded upon itself and I’ve been picking up the pieces ever since.  I’ve been able to get all of […]

Viral Advertising

I guess because I first saw this ad in conjunction with watching The Office on Hulu, it might not technically be a viral ad. But since people have sought it out on YouTube nearly 300,000 times in less than a month, I will count it anyways. I won’t subject you to an advertisement (that I’m […]

When TED Talks, I Listen

For those of you who aren’t familiar with TED Talks (Technology Entertainment and Design) you will probably be dieing to give me an e-hug after this one. TED Talks, in short, are described as “ideas worth spreading”, but I like to think of it being much more important than that. If I were in charge, […]

Tweet Smarts

If you haven’t heard of Twitter by now it’s likely that you get the bulk of your information via Morse Code and the computer is a foreign object to you. In March, the social media juggernaut drew 14 million people, and when Oprah delivered her first tweet a few weeks back, “Twitter” was added to […]

Reroute the Routine

Life on Autopilot When you think about it, the intricacies of what an airplane goes through during the average flight is pretty incredible. First it has to taxi around the runway for what feels like a full day, accelerate to speeds to generate lift from the ground, continue ascending to a manageable altitude, remain at […]

Bernie Made Off with My Money

There are certain obvious indicators that you naturally associate with a down economy. High unemployment rates are one. A bear stock market would be another. But broken teeth? That’s right, broken teeth…

Zero to 60 in 2.5

It’s a force so jolting you’d think that you had just been blindsided by a rhino. Common side effects include but are not limited to: lost sense of identity, whiplash, anxiety, missed bowel movements, premature bowel movements, or really any kind of unintended action dealing with bowels. This force that I’m referring to, of course, […]

First Impressions are Overrated

“You don’t get a second chance at a first impression.” You’ve heard the saying before; likely more times than you can recount. Logically, it’s a statement that can’t be disputed – one can only do anything for the first time once, just like you can only do something for the 7th time once. I can […]

The Losers of America

In case you happened to miss the rant by CNBC’s Rick Santelli…. At :38 into the clip Santelli calls out to President Obama, “Why don’t you put up a website to have people vote on the Internet as a referendum to see if we really want to subsidize the losers’ mortgages…” Where to start…?

Frequently Fallible

…………………………………………………………………………………………………… I’m Starting to abuse the alliterate titles, I apologize. I’m no better than the writers of Suddently Susan. After all, I’m merely human. Which leads me to the point of this post. In the abundance of off-time that I’ve had since graduating in December, a couple of books that I’ve delved into have shared […]

Appalachian Trials

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