One down… one to go…

No, I have not forgotten the blog (though it would appear that way). I've busy; very busy. At the beginning of March, my co-workers and I were told that we need to get some certifications for Microsoft's CRM. The goal was to get it done as soon as possible; thus I've been hitting the books... Continue Reading →

New house guest

For Christmas, I got my wife one of those Echo Dots from Amazon (and one for myself 😀). After the Christmas chaos died down a bit, I finally took them from their boxes and set them up. Alexa, as she calls herself, is like a house guest just sits around all day listening to our... Continue Reading →

Facebook sucks [Share]

Well, that is not exactly what the following linked article says but I think it is a good two-word summary. Basically, a former Facebook executive speaks out about the role that Facebook and other social media is having on our lives. This phenomenon is not just about America or even how Russia engaged in cyberwarfare... Continue Reading →

Big brother is not just the government

When someone talks about Big Brother from the novel 1984, most people think of an authoritarian government. What few people realize (or ignore) is that the government receives help. It is a symbiotic relationship that allows the government to effectively circumvent our Constitutional protections. The government gives power in the form of favorable regulations and... Continue Reading →

20 Years of Stuff That Matters – Slashdot

Today we're marking Slashdot's 20th birthday. 20 years is a long time on the internet. Many websites have come and gone over that time, and many that stuck around haven't had any interest in preserving their older content. Fortunately, as Slashdot approaches its 163,000th story, we've managed to keep track of almost all our old... Continue Reading →

The way I see it. Having a PowerPoint presentation blow up on you is a rite of passage.

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