It’s not uncommon to have information shared in a Word doc, but I was surprised recently to open one up and glance down to see the page counter clicking away..100…200..all the way up to 2000. I’m not sure what the maximum is (or if there is a limit), but 2000 pages just seems like a […]Read more "Why Am I Amazed By a 2000 Page Word Doc?"
Yesterday I shared the small adventure of buying a refurbished laptop. While I was at Compusa looking at laptops I browsed the rest of the store too, just seeing what they had that I didn’t know I needed yet, and that led me to the TV aisle. I’d been thinking about buying a new/larger TV […]Read more "Will You Buy Refurbished? Part 2"
A couple months back the laptop my wife uses was fading away, the internal power connector was broken/barely working and it looked like a motherboard swap would be required. Out of warranty and at $150+ for the motherboard (plus some aggravation), time to buy something new. It’s used for browsing, email, etc, and the one […]Read more "Will You Buy Refurbished? Part 1"
I haven’t been to a MagicPASS meeting in a while, so it was nice to reconnect with the group at Orlando Brewing this past Thursday evening. It’s in downtown Orlando, a bit removed from the normal meeting place, but for two good reasons: It’s a working brewery You can bring your own food in It’s […]Read more "Notes from the MagicPASS Holiday Party"
The Shredder Challenge was a contest sponsored by DARPA to find ways of putting shredded documents back together. Take a minute to look at the puzzle and solutions. Interesting stuff.Read more "The Shredder Challenge"
My first outing of the new year will be at the IT Pro Camp here in Orlando, working on some tweaks to my presentation on Professional Development Plans. The full schedule has been posted. I’m looking forward to this event!Read more "Presenting at IT Pro Camp in January 2012"
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