I find myself explaining this to people, and the top results from Google on how to do it are out of date.
Step One: Find the Person You Want to Block
Use the search bar on the top of Facebook and type in their name:
Step Two: Select the “More” Button on Their Profile
Step Three: Choose “Block”
and there you are. Sorry, Jan, it’s still not happening.
Portland and the harbor
I was on a panel about Artificial Intelligence at Maine Startup and Create Week yesterday, and brought the drone up to see what could be seen around Portland. I didn’t have too much flight time, but took some nice shots of downtown and the harbor.
Back in the day when I used to wear ties, I used to have a lucky tie. It looked somewhat like this one. I wore it to big meetings and presentations.
Today I’m wearing it in spirit.
I had fun making this video.
If you haven’t seen the HBO new season trailer, you should also check that out:
I’m wondering if reaching out to your prospects and saying “our sales are really slow!” is a good approach. I guess it’s working for salesforce.com…
You know how Google fills out the search results (if you don’t type very quickly), well I was looking for an image that would have both a woman and a yellow pages in it, so I typed “Woman with…” and here’s what I got back:
Very strange selections pop up.
For some reason 2015 was for me the year of the female rocker. Every year, I try to listen to new music and not fall into the trap of listening to the same White Strip songs over and over again. (Not that they’re not good, but variety is the spice of life, or whatever.)
Anyhow, the top songs I enjoyed from 2015 turned out to be from female rockers, lead by Courtney Barnett. If you haven’t checked her shit out, I highly recommend it. Not each of these songs were released in 2015, but most were:
(If the embed doesn’t work, try this link.)
Thanks to everyone who advised me to register. I’m bummed about flying under 400 feet, but if that’s the law, I guess I’ll follow it.