AmazonFresh: Supersaver Shipping Your Produce?

The following is a summary review of an article,  Amazon May Claim a Bigger Place in the Food Chain, posted at E-Commerce Times by Rachelle Dragani on June 6, 2013.

In the past, groceries were often delivered. That has waned these days in the time of “everybody has an SUV”, but Amazon could bring grocery delivery [...]

Publicly Scolded… At least I was Anonymous

It is a strange feeling to hear yourself being talked about in a public forum. You know what I mean… you’re in a meeting and the boss talks about an error and you know it’s you but he doesn’t mention you. You can feel your face turning red with embarrassment wondering if everyone else [...]

Great Podcast for Small Business Owners

If you own a small business, you should be constantly pursuing improvement in your methods to increase the margin on the hard work you put into the thing. I have become a fan of Jack Spirko both from a preparedness standpoint and as someone who would like to eventually own a small business. I also [...]

Kiwanis Nuclear Power Speech

I had the opportunity to speak to the Kiwanis International, Vicksburg Chapter today about nuclear power. I am always amazed at the level of interest from folks who don’t have a background in the same admittedly nerdy subjects I’ve studied. I managed to explain that once you get outside the “hot rock box”, a [...]

Commuting Sucks – But Mine Sucks Less

In 2008 I left my job in the Navy to build new nuclear reactors in Mississippi at Entergy. Beyond all of the great reasons to transition back to my home and work on an awesome project, there was a MAJOR tangible benefit – time. In Jackson, I would have ~10-15 minute commute, leaving me an [...]