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D Scott Angle
D Scott Angle
Husband, Father, Friend, Executive Phoenix Trader, School Governor, Blogger, Mentor, Social Media Advisor, Website Usability Analyst, Dad Taxi
Mar. 30, 2012 9:47 am
Ron Burley (writing for Inc. ) shares his 5 fundamental " Never let these phrases pass your lips ". Ron is a nationally recognized consumer advocate and serial entrepreneur. He is the author of Unscrewed: The Consumer's Guide to Getting What You Paid For (UK: Unscrewed ) and senior partner at Brushfire Consulting. Almost nothing leads to a customer service meltdown more quickly than the use...  Read More
Mar. 28, 2012 10:30 am
I’m sure you’re familiar with Aesop’s fable of The Tortoise and the Hare, so I won't bother with the retelling. However, can you remember the moral of the story? Most people when asked this quickly reply “Slow and steady wins the race”, and it’s no surprise as this has been drummed in to everyone since we first heard the story. But, guess what, IT'S WRONG, and I’ll tell you why. When we think of...  Read More
Mar. 26, 2012 10:42 pm
I know, most of you were expecting it to be the Spicy Fish Soup, or possibly the Shepherd's Pie, but it seems that last week's Sweet & Sour Pork with Noodles really hit the spot. The launch of Menu Mondays was met with a hungry approval, thank you to everyone - on all formats...! And yes, I will share the other recipes - upon request. Also, if you're interested in trying a few new recipes, I try...  Read More
Mar. 22, 2012 8:44 am
Andrew Knowlton from Bon Appetit magazine (aka. The Foodist ) shares with us how it is actually possible to get a better table in a restaurant. Dear Foodist: It took me three weeks to get a reservation at a certain award-winning restaurant in San Francisco. On the big night, we were seated at the worst table in the house, right next to the bathroom. Why me? You, my friend, were seated in...  Read More
Mar. 21, 2012 10:08 am
In a truly awe inspiring moment Dutch engineer Jarno Smeets has ignored all those "it can't be done" statements of the past and created real wings that, when actually flapped, lift him into the air for true flight. Using Wii controllers, accelerometers harvested from an HTC Wildfire Android phone, Turnigy motors and custom-made wings, Smeets was able to take to the air and fly like his...  Read More
Mar. 20, 2012 4:49 pm
Spring is on the horizon so it's time to send the kids out to the garden and get them active. If you're looking for something creative to get them truly engaged, you couldn't do much better than by introducing them to the ecologically friendly and fun art of Moss graffiti. All you need is a bit of shade, a rough surface and a mister. Oh, and of course your art supplies: moss buttermilk or...  Read More
Mar. 19, 2012 9:07 pm
Okay, you know what it’s like… it’s 3:30, 4:30 or maybe even 6:30 in the evening and you’re standing there with the freezer open wondering what the family is going to have for dinner (or some approximation thereof). You’ve got some core ingredients, but what recipe should you use? And then, of course, you have to make sure it's something the family will eat… Aaarrrrggghhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!! It’s...  Read More
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