I found the coolest place recently. If you’ve got an extra 10-15 minutes next time you are at the El Paso airport, head to the back of the La Placita shopping area downstairs. It’s to your left before you go up the escalator to the gates.
You’ve got to go all the way back, can’t just poke your head into the La Placita to find this hidden treasure. Heck, this little display of airport history isn’t even on the airport’s own map.
But once you get back there you will find a room with old architectural renderings, models, and other hanging artifacts. Then just to the side of that is display with historical photos, plaques, and other items.
Last but not least, take a look at the wonderful painted ceiling. It shows some of the history of El Paso and Mexico.
I learned yesterday that I will be entering the job hunting market next week. I’ve got a few ideas and I’m finishing my resume which will be posted here in a day or two. I’m hoping to find something exciting where I can help a business brand itself and create buzz amongst its clients. I’m really good at soft and… Read more →
Spent the weekend revitalizing the site. I mean, it’s been almost a year and a half since I posted anything here—I have to do something about that. I changed the theme, cleaned up some code, verified responsiveness on a phone, and a few other under-the-hood items. The new photo shows one of the revitalized fences along the streets that cross… Read more →
I finally sat down and built the five pages that were my old website, it took about 30 minutes. I’m pretty much loving how powerful WordPress really is, and I’ve just scratched the surface of its capabilities. Still have a bunch of work to do removing widgets from the side bar and I forgot how to get rid of that… Read more →