Thomas Rye is a web designer at Symplicity Corporation. He runs triathlons in the summers and trains in Kenpo Karate year 'round. He's an overall fitness enthusiast and has a deep love for all things health - Mind, Body, Spirit.
By Thomas Rye on February 19, 2011
By Thomas Rye on November 18, 2010
1. Pour your office-grade coffee
Be it Folgers, Maxwell House or another entry-level coffee this is your base. The main thing is that it has at least some mild flavor of actual coffee. You’ll see here that I’ve gotten the best part of the office coffee – the bottom of the pot, where you’ll find any […]
By Thomas Rye on November 4, 2010
You might think of an “Everyday I Must” list like a daily bucket list. Those little things that you don’t want to forget about in the busy-ness of life. The things you don’t ever want to take for granted.
I’ll give you my short list so you can see what it may look like…
Everyday I Must…
By Thomas Rye on October 22, 2010
By Thomas Rye on October 21, 2010
There are billions of things posted, uploaded, updated, reddit‘d, submitted, stumbled, and tweeted all across the interwebs. Today, I want to look at those things that have a bit more substance to them – the “written” things on the internet, if you will.
Some write to journal publicly. Maybe just to get things off their chest […]
By Thomas Rye on August 30, 2010
By Thomas Rye on August 26, 2010
By Thomas Rye on August 17, 2010
I’ve been a big fan of online purchasing for a long time. Year after year, the process just keeps getting better and, perhaps more importantly, easier. Some things make a lot of sense to buy online – computer products, software, non-tailored clothing – you can almost always find much better deals and a much wider […]
By Thomas Rye on July 26, 2010
UPDATE: This list will be for movies from your college days or before, if you’re my age (ie around 5+ years ago).
** I’ve nixed a few great movies simply because they’re just too recent. I’ll make another list/poll for those. Since the conversation started with Garden State (2004) – that will be the cut off. […]