Chris M. Lindsey

Father, Husband, Public Servant, Web Developer

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Khizr Khan – Paying Tribute to Democratic Values in “An American Family” – Extended Interview – The Daily Show with Trevor Noah | Comedy Central

Lamy Petrol and Noodlers Air Corp

Best Android Wallpaper Yet

H/t Android Police.

Fight for the Future of the Internet

Net neutrality. We need it. Go here for more about today’s internet-wide day of activity.

Everything is Hitched

http://www.theverge.com/2017/4/12/15265530/walt-mossberg-internet-plan-privacy-freedom

Please, everyone, let’s listen to a voice of reason like Walt Mossberg.

John Crowley on the Tim Ferriss Show

Episode #225 of the Tim Ferriss Show had me in tears on the way to work this morning. Tim interviews John Crowley, a father who quit his job to start a bio-tech company after two of his kids were diagnosed with a rare disease. Go have a listen and reflect on life a bit.

Lindsey, Party of Five

The newest addition to our family!

Elon Musk and Tesla’s Long Term Plan

Elon Musk knows how to make a long term plan,succeed, andthen do it again like this:

  • Create stunning solar roofs with seamlessly integrated battery storage
  • Expand the electric vehicle product line to address all major segments
  • Develop a self-driving capability that is 10X safer than manual via massive fleet learning
  • Enable your car to make money for you when you aren’t using it

Ten Year Anniversary

I’m pretty proud to say that this site has been around now for at least decade, in some form or fashion. The first post published on the site, the default WordPress Hello World post with some additions, was published on August 1, 2006. This was about the time I first started experimenting with self publishing online and web development, which lead to the formation of two awesome side businesses. Neither of those would have been possible if I hadn’t learned the framework of the internet, like servers, HTML, CSS, PHP, and MySQL, while teaching myself to develop WordPress websites. This experimentation has lead to countless opportunities, both professional and personal.

And while my posting has steadily diminished over the last few years (due to both professional reasons and family obligations, which I hope to detail in the near future in this space), I’m pretty proud of this accomplishment.

So, here’s to another ten years! I can’t wait to see what this space looks like then.

PS- Here’s what the site looked like back in 2007:

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