Stephen Payton

Once upon a time . . . updating personal web pages was a piece of cake. Now that love, marriage, children, extended families, and increased responsibilities in the workplace consume more of my time; more expedient methods for site updates are warranted. Enter the social network. Now there isn't just one personal web page, there are dozens of locations that service one aspect of my varied interests. Little pieces of me exist all over cyberspace and this profile is written on just one of them. Perhaps one day these comments will morph into a single universal "idea of me" to leverage everywhere? Sounds like a good idea to me! My personal interests are: 1: Listening to High Quality Audio Playback (regardless of delivery method). 2: Reading Fictional Literature (SciFi is #1 genre ~ most viewing accomplished in eBook form within my iPod Touch or Droid Incredible Phone) 3: Enjoying AudioBooks & Podcasts on my mobile devices to avoid the radio commercials I can no longer tolerate. 4: Watching movies of all genres. 5: Viewing Digital Video Recorder output to defeat the ever present commercial messaging of network Television. 6: Wishing for the ever elusive "Universal Remote" with Mute/Pause/Rewind/FastForward functions for when things get a little too hectic at home or don't go quite as planned.

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Enter for your chance to win a trip to t…

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“Don’t give up trying to do what you r…

“Don’t give up trying to do what you really want to do.” —Ella Fitzgerald via @momentumdash

“Whether you think you can or think you …

“Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you’re right….” – Henry Ford. @AuraHealthHQ (… https://t.co/JAuMgMNhWK

“Don’t judge each day by the harvest you…

“Don’t judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant.” —Robert Louis Stevenson via @momentumdash

“The wisest mind has something yet to …

“The wisest mind has something yet to learn.” George Santayana