So close! I ended up just a few months short of 10 years of ownership on my car. Not to be, though, as I finally made the switch to something newer.
An interesting goal nonetheless, as 10 years is just an arbitrary date set to a nice round number, right?
In any case…as you’re probably already aware, tech has made huge strides in automobiles since my previous 2001 model year car was built.
Nope we’re not just talking satellite radio either. Things like:
- Fully bluetooth equipped cars
- Backup cams
- Parking sensors
- Adaptive cruise controls
- Heads up displays (HUDs)
- Tablet-sized displays in the center console
And this doesn’t even scratch the surface of all the technology that’s buried underneath the hood now!
I’m not sure if this image is fact or fiction…although if it is fiction, it won’t be so for much longer.
This week I joined the Atlanta Mobility Radio team for their weekly show on Business Radio X.
You can listen to the full show here where we talked about the Catavolt mobile platform and how we were able to partner together for a solution for the Atlanta Community Food Bank.
In a TL;DR version of the radio show I wanted to share my lessons learned working with Catavolt’s platform.
This post started when my wife posted a childhood photo for a recent Throw-Back-Thursday. Not only is it impressive that her TBT was an actual hard copy photo instead of a digital relic from Facebook, but also that she could even track it down in the first place. Between the thousands of photos I’ve collected – and seemingly exponentially more each year – they’re becoming harder and harder to keep track of.
I suppose this is where I transition with some cliche stock photo right?
Earlier this week I posed a question:
This post should have been written a few weeks ago…
With the travel-heavy Thanksgiving Holiday I couldn’t escape people talking about their plans to listen to Serial while on the road to visit friends & family.
Actually, if I’d waited just another week back in September I’d have had another podcast to add to my list. But now this post feels a little late to the (podcast listening) party.