Museums of Seoul

A quick Google search will show you that Seoul alone has dozens of beautiful, interesting museums. I'm willing to go on a month-long trip to Seoul just to explore the history that's captured there. Unfortunately, we were only able to stop by one museum on this trip, but I list a few other museums I'd … Continue reading Museums of Seoul

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Kiwi Birdlife Park: Educational Fun in Queenstown

If you've never seen a kiwi before, you're missing out. Since New Zealand developed so far away from any other land mass for 80 million years, they didn't have many natural predators aside from birds of prey. I believe they only had three native mammals, all of which are small bat species. That means birds … Continue reading Kiwi Birdlife Park: Educational Fun in Queenstown

Photo Privacy: Organize and Secure Your Photos with Sherish

Sharenting: When parents share information about their children on social media Did you know that more than 1/2 of parents who share about their children on social media give information that could identify their child's location? A sharenting study by the University of Michigan found some disturbing trends in the social media habits of parents regarding … Continue reading Photo Privacy: Organize and Secure Your Photos with Sherish

According to the Sigmoid Curve, “Quit while you’re ahead” is great advice.

"When all is well and you are at the top of your game, then you know it is time to plan your exit." - Michael, The Lesson of the Sigmoid Curve The Sigmoid Curve is a concept that originated in mathematics (see formula to the right), but represents a phenomenon in businesses, life and relationships. … Continue reading According to the Sigmoid Curve, “Quit while you’re ahead” is great advice.