Friday, November 6, 2009

Carl Sgro Can Build Your Business

The technology boom of the late 20th century might be dead and gone, but don't tell that to Carl Sgro. With a keen business sense and an in-depth understanding of the technology industry landscape, he has helped serve as the much-needed shot in the arm to many companies.

Carl Sgro has 25 years of professional experience with much of his recent experience rooted in the Internet and search engine marketing. He has used his thought-leadership skills in these areas to help grow businesses, such as Name Engine, Inc., into highly desirable entities. In fact, Name Engine, a small start up, was acquired by VeriSign, Inc., a public company, in only a matter of months after launch.

Besides being an adept businessman, Carl Sgro enjoys his recreational time, especially if that time is spent on the lake. In fact, he is a tournament-level bass fisherman and has fished many of the major lakes from Maine to Florida. He also takes time to teach his passion to children in his community, founding the "Take a Kid Fishing" program.

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Theme Song

I just wrote a theme song to a project I'm working on. Listen:

Thursday, January 15, 2009


My friend Emily is making a short film out in San Francisco. I can't quite explain what it is about as I'm probably under some sort of non-disclosure agreement. But I was commissioned to write a song for it. The stipulations were it had to be sung by a beaver and be about having a large tail.

Here it is (I recorded this through my Mac mic, so the sound quality is a little blah):

Tuesday, January 6, 2009


I made a New Year's resolution. Okay...actually I made 3.

I know what you're saying. New Year's resolutions are silly. Everyone makes them, and nobody keeps them. Well I'm keeping mine because they are all things I'd probably do anyway. Here they are:

1. Return to stand-up comedy: I did stand-up for a brief time in 2007. I loved the form, but it stressed me out. I just didnt' feel ready. Now with another year of comedy under my belt, and dozens more performances, I think I'm ready to tackle the stage again. I've already been working on a new set. My goal is to do an open mic by the end of January.

2. Learn piano: I taught myself how to play piano while in college. I'm much better than your average beginner in many respects, but I'm technically not very good. My left hand can only play very simple music independently of my right. Also, my fingers tend to cramp up because I hold them wrong over the piano. I'm wanting to involve my musical abilities more in my comedy, so I think learning piano would be really beneficial. If anyone knows a good private lesson teacher, let me know.

3. Take a dance class: Ever since the video for Single Ladies aired, I have been obsessed. I don't know what it is. I'm not a Beyonce kind of gay typically. But this song combined with the amazing Bob Fosse-esque choreography just brings something completely primoridal out of me. I'm actually upset that I can't dance along to the video.