Tag: Georgia

Cat hunts for own breakfast. You won’t believe what happens next!

Yes, the headline is a bit clickbait’ish. It’s on purpose. 🙂 So this is our cat, OJ, who apparently was tired of waiting for my wife to bring out breakfast on a cool September Saturday morning. I was walking out to my office when I spied him chowing down....

CityNet: Bringing a City into the 21st Century

I’ve shared this many times, but I thought it’s best resting place was probably here on my own personal website.  I was fortunate enough to be a part of the City of Tifton’s broadband and cable initiative called CityNet in 1999 (rebranded as Plant TiftNet in 2009 and eventually...

Video Journal 4: April 5, 2020

So, a few days under the new shelter-in-place order here in Georgia.  Beaches got a reprieve from being shut down….some folks…ok, most folks, aren’t happy about that.  Walmart is making changes, going from easy-street to one-way street.  And that’s about it…. 🙂...

Video Journal 3: April 2, 2020

The State of Georgia hasn’t been under a mandated shelter-in-place order, but that’s about to change.  Governor Kemp announced Wednesday afternoon that he would be signing an Executive Order requiring the entire state to shelter-in-place until April 13, 2020.  It will go into effect on Friday, April 3rd. In...

Video Journal 1: March 23, 2020

I decided to start doing a video journal, maybe one each day, or maybe one every other day. We’re currently under a shelter-in-place order where I live (technically the City is, but the county hasn’t done so yet). In this first journal entry, I give my thoughts on how...

CityNet’s 7 Year Anniversary Celebration

The speech below I prepared and presented at CityNet’s 7. Year Anniversary Celebration that we held on October 26, 2006 at the CityNet offices. Seven years ago, the result of a decision made by the City of Tifton’s leadership came to life. It had been decided that the incumbent...