In less than five days, more than 1000 people have watched the talk I gave at TEDxMU about our son.
That’s more than live in my hometown. That kinda freaks me out.
I’ve gotten emails from complete strangers, emails from old friends and made new friends as a result of this great gift known as Will.
Words pretty much fail except to say thank you for caring and sharing our message.
Oh, and to keep it in perspective, Will’s first marble race is at 57,224 views and counting.
What can I say? The kid kills it.
This Week’s Back Nine
The Back Nine are stories and videos and stuff I uncovered this week that I enjoyed and felt were worth sharing for your weekend reading.
Seth’s Blog: Don’t expect applause – (YES*1,000,000,000)
The Sorkin Way – I don’t need him to have his characters swear to love him, but I am thrilled he’s coming back to television. I feel about Sorkin’s writing the way Homer Simpson does about nacho cheese.
Three Man Chess Board – Geek. Alert.
Happy Birthday, Hubble: Celebrating 22 Years of Stunning Space Images – So flippin’ cool.
Clicky Keyboards – Please tape this to my children’s foreheads before Father’s Day. Thank you for your attention in this matter.
Outdated BCS finally embraces four-team college football playoff – and there was much rejoicing … but I’d still like it to be eight teams.
Dan McLaughlin quit his job to play 10,000 hours of golf – First, Midwesterners, not that Dan McLaughlin. Second, I’m not sure whether I love him or hate him.
Dome Shaped Bookshelf Suspended Over Home Office Space – (see also: flippin’ cool) (see also: Father’s Day) (see also: Homer Simpson & Nacho Cheese)