Chase’s first march @ EHS Wildcat Stadium

The city of Enterprise takes high school football very seriously, and the Big Blue Marching Band is a huge part of the program. Just to get you caught up, Chase has been at band camp since July. He started with the rest of the freshman, down in the pit playing drums/keyboard, but halfway through campContinue reading “Chase’s first march @ EHS Wildcat Stadium”

First day of school 2019

We’ve been getting Chloe ready for school for about a year. Even though she has zero trouble getting up on stage and dancing with the Center Stage Dance Company, she is an introvert like her dad (hi!) and has a hard time with new people, especially in large groups. Tara has been working with herContinue reading “First day of school 2019”

Home Networking Upgrade

At the time of this post, we subscribe to Spectrum’s Ultimate Internet Package (300/10 Mbps). This package costs a bit extra but offers 3x the bandwidth vs the 100 Mbps base package. Since I work from home, it’s easy to justify the extra expense. To maximize that bandwidth, my office has a DOCSIS 3.0 MotorolaContinue reading “Home Networking Upgrade”

2018: A Year In Review

I didn’t get around to posting a review for 2017, which was mega huge, since we bought a house, renovated it, and then helped launch a church. But since I’ve got a few minutes, here goes… Family life Wyatt (2), is a rambunctious toddler currently going through his terrible two’s. He loves dinosaurs, monster trucks,Continue reading “2018: A Year In Review”

Podcasting: Sound Like a Radio DJ

After listening to episode #265 of Shop Talk Show, where Chris Coyer mentioned he wanted to sound “like the guy on the radio”; I was compelled to share my knowledge of radio studios. I was in the broadcast industry for around 15 years, both as a DJ and eventually as chief engineer. I’ve built dozensContinue reading “Podcasting: Sound Like a Radio DJ”