Question(s) for You?

Kyle Reed // @kylereed


Sunday provides us a day to relax, reflect, and refuel. On Sunday’s I like to sit back and ask a couple of questions. Maybe it sounds a little like those awkward games you play with people you do not know so that you can get to know each other better.

Lets just call it Question(s) for You.

1) U2 was in Nashville this weekend and I did not go. Why you ask? Because I am going to their show in St. Louis with my entire family. But it got me thinking, what is the one concert that you didn’t go to but wish you would have?

2) How many domains do you own?

3) Do you use an online calendar/task manager or paper calendar/task manager?

Answer them all or just one….these are Questions for You.


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I create websites, conversations, and ideas. Advocate for the 20 somethings. Looking to connect everyone to a mentor. Married to my best friend, Ginny. I like my coffee black and my dog Jack. I currently live in Nashville and work at Sony Music/Provident in Nashville
  • joanna

    1.  I’d been hoping for years that Brooke Fraser would tour here. Then it finally happened….while I was out of the country for a few weeks. :(

    2. I think I have 7 or 8. Kinda lost track! Only 3 of them are in regular use for something at the moment.

    3. I use awesome note on my iPod touch. That stores lots of stuff for me- calendar, shopping lists, to do list, random ideas..

    • @kylereed

      oh man, now that is a bummer

  • MichaelDPerkins

    1.Switchfoot last year. I’ve seen them before, but I skipped out on the 2nd time.
    2. I own 5.
    3. Google Calender

    • @kylereed

      ya i have had the chance to see them a couple of times. they put on a great show

  • Lance Morgan

    1) Coldplay 2 years ago.

    2) Currently 3

    3) Google Calendar online, and Evernote for tasks.

    • @kylereed

      I think I saw that coldplay show two years ago…in Vegas. It was amazing. Sorry for rubbing it in

      • Lance Morgan

        Gee thanks. :-)

  • Junior

    1)By far my biggest influence when I was “a kid” was Nirvana.

    On the other hand, I’m seeing Foo Fighters in October!

    2) What’s a domain? ;-)

    3) Online Calendar. Without it I would be completely lost.

    • @kylereed

      without my paper calendar I would be lost

    • Anonymous

      I’ve seen the Foos six times. They never disappoint. 

  • Tony Alicea

    1996, The Fugees were just starting to get big and A Tribe Called Quest was opening for them. The concert was only $15 but I was tight on funds (I was a grocery bagger at Winn Dixie). I passed figuring they would be back another time. They never came back. Biggest concert disappointment by far.

    I own 3 domains.

    I use both Google Calendar and iCalendar sync’d. Couldn’t function without them.

    • @kylereed

      oh man, now that sounds like a concert. dang man you missed out

  • Matthew Erxleben

    1)  Bright eyes – last month
    2) 3
    3) Badly in need of picking one and sticking with it

    • @kylereed

      paper all the way homey

  • Anonymous

    Michael Jackson.
    google on the phone & mac. dry erase on the frig.

    • @kylereed

      ya unfortunately none of us will get to see Michael again

  • wvpv

    bon jovi
    google calendar & tasks

    • @kylereed

      ha, Bon Jovi that is awesome

  • Lexi MacKinnon

    1) I don’t really care about concerts…so none. 
    2) 4
    3)Paper planner…with major events also on my iCal 

    • @kylereed

      don’t care about concerts….no way.

      Well at least you own some domains

  • Laura Anne

    1. I missed a Death Cab for Cutie gig as I didn’t find out it was on until it was too late. Gutted

    2. 1 –

    3. Paper. My phone isn’t in the least bit fancy, plus it’s quicker to grab my diary and scribble a phone number, address, detail. And I love my Edward Monkton diary with all the cartoons.

  • Anonymous

    1. Probably should have gone to see both U2 and Coldplay when I had the opportunities… :(
    2. Somewhere north of 15 I believe
    3. I use Google Calendar which I have syncing to my iPhone. I’m also becoming a fan of “Things” app for iPad.

  • Anonymous

    1. U2. It’s been a lifelist kind of dream for me for a long time but last time they were in Houston I was away on business and the time before that I could’ve gone I think I decided it cost too much. Boy was I stupid. 

    2. Two domains, only one of which is in use. I need to buy a couple more and move everything to self-hosted but I’m cheap and do not have the time to figure it all out on my own. Someday. 

    3. Online, just an Outlook calender. Mostly it’s all up in my head. 

  • Jenny ecklund

    1) I would have to say every year i miss SXSW or Austin City Limits… i cringe. I also really want to see U2 someday.   
    2) 3
    3)I use nothing other than the note function on my iphone and even then that’s just used as a “to-do” list and password keeper. I need to get on being a task/calendar minded individual.  

  • ThatGuyKC

    1. John Mayer
    2. 1 (
    3. Online – Google Calendar and Evernote

  • Dustin

    1. Coldplay played a concert here in ATL while I was in college, it was for their Rush of Blood to the Head tour. Small venue. Like really small. I’m still kicking myself to this day that I didn’t go.
    2. two
    3. I use iCal for the most part… and Google calendar for blog stuff.