Entries by Scott Sakamoto

It’s Masters Golf Weekend … I’m Getting the Golf-Bug Again

It’s Masters Golf Weekend … I’m Feeling the Golf-Bug Again … Stay tuned for New Summer Office Hours Just kidding. You know that I’m an early riser so I’m often finding that I’ve completed my work by 9:00a or 10:00a and looking for fun or constructive (healthy) things to do. Yes, I have learned to […]

Obsolescence of Warriors

Obsolescence of Warriors “Tending the garden is a relaxing pastime, but it does not prepare one for the inevitable battles of life. It is easy to be calm in a serene setting. To be calm and serene when under attack is much more difficult; therefore, I tell you that it is far better to be […]

A Last Blink at 2017

Farewell 2017. You taught me well A lot has happened since I last shared my thoughts on these pages. Toward the last Quarter of 2017 (Q4), I was intent on trying new things; took a trip to Seattle via the BoltBus and stayed at the Green Tortoise Hostel while attending a Microsoft Developer Seminar; started […]

Edward Weston’s Darkroom on YouTube

I can’t express enough (hear my smiles) about how much I’ve been enjoying the diverse Content and Educational Benefits of YouTube.com lately. Yesterday, during my afternoon YouTube session, I discovered Advancing Your Photography channel’s video about “Photography Secrets of Edward Weston’s Darkroom“. Wow, I was just reminiscing with someone (I think it was Troutdale photographer, […]

How to Activate Google Alerts

Google Alerts are notifications (eMail) of search terms that are determined by you to find related information (items, people, names, etc.)  that fits best with your requested search terms. For example, you can set an alert to let you know when your name or business name is used by another online resource (… your competitor). […]

Google Alerts: Google is God, or Santa Clause… Whichever

I’ve met with several individuals who are, or about to become business owners. Of those, I think there are maybe three who “intellectually” know that they have a chance to succeed if they engage with Modern Internet Tools (Social Media, LinkedIn at minimum), but, they are fearful of moving the Needle; don’t want to make […]