At the end of 2006 I retired at the age of 57. While I still enjoyed my work, and found it professionally and personally rewarding, I felt it was time for something new.

After a few months of restlessness, I started a blog. In my 32 years as a business professional, I learned a lot about productivity and leadership, what counts and what doesn’t. And, even before I earned BSEE and MSEE degrees from Georgia Tech over 32 years ago, I have loved technology. So I often wrote about these things. Alas, after a few years my relationship to that blog grew cold and stale, so I scrapped it.

Then I started recording some of my guitar playing. I’ve been a fingerstyle guitar player, off and on, for about 50 years, and figured I really should put my talent to some use before it went away. I recorded a little over 100 tunes, many of them original. You can see and hear them on my Youtube channel.

Last year, I decided to write a book on the passing of my wife and the impact it had on me. You can read more about that book here. Note that I sometimes offer a promotional discount on it, but even when it’s not discounted, you can still get it at Amazon, B&N, and iBooks for only $2.99.

I’m currently tinkering with several short stories, a few of which are published on this site, and may wind up publishing them in an ebook.

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