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I wish I had never said these words to my wife: “Hey Lonny, let’s get a Bluray DVD player so we can stream Netflix movies to our TV and listen to Pandora on it.” Over a month after we bought that player, we are still having problems. I’ve spent countless hours on the phone with…

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McCracken Tough Joins the Family…

We’re excited to have the folks at the restaurant group McCracken Tough join the Schedulefly family. Brian McCracken and Dana Tough have won all kinds of awards, and they run a few great places that are high on everybody’s lists of great restaurants in Seattle. It’s so fun every day to wake up and see…

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Keep it simple…

I’m so thankful Wes designed Schedulefly to be so damn simple and intuitive. That means we don’t have many support requests. Which means that even when I was receiving all support calls this past weekend, it wasn’t an issue that I was up in the N.C. mountains at a mountain biking mecca called Tsali (that’s…

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The story behind Simply Crepes…

I’m a sucker for stories about how restaurants got started. I love hearing them. I love learning about the path that an owner followed from vague idea to crystalizing that idea to starting a business to running a successful restaurant. To me, things like recipes that have been in a family for generations and weaving…

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Soupergirl’s inspiring story…

Soupergirl is Sara Polon, and here’s her story… “After reading Michael Pollan’s book, Omnivore’s Dilemma, I decided to get involved in the local food movement. At first I thought about working on a fam, However, I look very bad in overalls and from what I understand, most farmers wear overalls. While discussing my ponderings over…

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Work to live

I’ll be honest, I lived to work for a long time, even though the guy I worked for was smart enough to focus on promoting a “work to live, not live to work” philosophy. I agreed with it and publicly endorsed it. I even thought I was living by that creed. But now that I…

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Here’s to distance…

Tyler lives in Raleigh. Wes lives in Wilmington. I live in Charlotte. We see each other in person as a team about once per year. Otherwise, we email or talk on the phone or text. Well, Wes and I text – Tyler is wise enough not to own a cell phone. I had a hard…

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