Back in the early 80’s I began working as a Letter Carrier for the U.S. Postal Service. The first Post Office that I was assigned to was located in the lower east side of New York City. As a 20 year old middle class kid from Brooklyn I did not Continue »
The year was 1974 and a pack of cigarettes in New York was about 35 cents. Smoking was not only cool for young kids, it was the norm. It was what you did if you wanted to fit in. Every kid in Continue »
It was a just an ordinary day at the office with not much going on. I smiled and said a few hellos as I made my way through the maze of cubicles on my way to obtain my much-coveted second cup of coffee. Little did I know that in a moment my life would Continue »
Why not I thought? How much work could it possibly be? I asked my wife, as I chewed into my charcoal sandwich. Being a pool virgin, I immediately went to work researching the topic. To the computer! After an hour of surfing the web I found myself over-whelmed and decided to ask some coworkers on Monday.
When you stop to think about it, writing on the Internet is just like sending a message in a bottle. You carefully craft your message and cast it off into the World Wide Web not knowing where Continue »
Back in the early 80’s I began working as a Letter Carrier for the U.S. Postal Service. The first Post Office that I was assigned to was located in the lower east side of New York City. As a 20 year old middle...