I am certain that, by now, you know that I will be attending, and presenting at, ABA TechShow this week. I promise that my presentations will NOT begin like this. If they do, you have permission to throw things at me. If you are a presenter, let this be a cautionary tale:
Overcome Chronic Back Pain with Healthy Habits. Lawyers sit a lot. I have always blamed my aches and pains on old age. It appears that sitting for long periods of time can, when combined with stress, cause chronic back problems. So, I am going to take Sam Harden's advice. I don't work in a fancy office tower. So, I am going to make a point to walk more around the office. I will walk, instead of ride, to the WalMart, and I will buy healthy food. I will then put the bags of food outside the WalMart and run back to the office, get in the car, and ride back to the WalMart, in the vain hope that the food will still be there. Maybe it will, and maybe it won't, but I will have gotten some exercise. I know. I could have carried a few bags of stuff back with me; but, I don't want to overdo this exercise thing.
I have been getting a lot of questions about my wearable and mobile tech lately. This photo of me late last year should illustrate the necessity of wearable tech. I am at the USF game, watching the Nebraska game, listening to the Florida game (which was ultimately lightninged out), and getting emails, texts, and other stuff on my SmartWatch. This is called the unwired nation. Party on.