Dec 10, 2008
After my last post about the Sixth Photo Meme, I was all excited about going through my old photos again. So I went back to my Facebook photos and this time looked at the sixth photo of my sixth album (rather than the sixth photo on the sixth page). Here's what I found:
Dec 10, 2008
I've officially been tagged in my first (correction: sixth - see below) photo meme by Mike Volpe.
I am shamefully returning to my loyal dozen or so readers who I know have been anxiously awaiting my next blog post. My absence is definitely a good sign I'd say - I've been busy traveling and working and doing all sorts of fun and exciting things. But I am committed to making a return. I've wondered what exactly I would blog about here, since really most of my blogging efforts are focused on the HubSpot blog and the Inbound Marketing Summit blog and, of course, all my microblogging on twitter.
Apr 7, 2008
One of the big turning points in my life was in 10th grade when I went on a 6-week trip to Israel on an amazing youth Israel trip with an organization called Nesiya ("Journey" in Hebrew). For now I won't go into my experience on the trip or how it changed me, but I was just reminded of the essay I wrote to get into the program: I was supposed to write about a song or book that really spoke to me in some way. I chose the song "The World Ain't Slowin' Down" by Ellis Paul.
Hello my dear blog readers! I am finally back in this (not so) cold home of mine, complete with a nasty cold and ridiculous jetlag (it's not even 5 am as I write this). I thought now would be a perfect time to post a little report with a few highlights from my trip.
Dec 16, 2007