July 24, 2007

Needless Vendor Bashing — by Vendors

In today’s story of immense irony, we find a vendor taking time to bash another vendor for a security flaw, only to have diligent 3rd parties […]
July 23, 2007

The Great Helicopter Adventure

I’ve been aiming to start a new hobby for some time now:  Remote Control Electric Helicopters.   In searching around for a good starter craft, I began […]
June 28, 2007

Another Busy Month…

June has been chock-full of fun, excitement and new challenges.  I have hardly had any chance to breathe — as evidenced by a dearth of posts […]
May 31, 2007

Can it be? Public Folder Replication Working?

Perhaps, just perhaps, I might have gotten my Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2007 public folder replication woes resolved. The appropriate routing queue is finally going down, but I […]
May 29, 2007

Good Ol’ Microsoft Fun with Exchange 2007

So, I sort of completed the migration to Exchange 2007 that I had decided to do this weekend.  Sort of. The mailbox moves were flawless.  Total time for […]
May 25, 2007

Migrating to Exchange 2007

I’ve had my Exchange 2007 server built for a couple of months now, but I hadn’t taken the time to migrate any of the mailboxes or […]
May 25, 2007

Reflection Time

This week is a period of transition for me.  I’m in the midst of a brief transition between employers, and also some lengthier transitions on the […]
May 20, 2007

12 Ways To Create An Ineffective Job Postings

Just today, I read the following article about bad job advertisements, and I have to say that I heartily concur with the sentiments posted there — especially […]
May 20, 2007

Staying LinkedIn: Professional Networking

I have to admit that it took me quite some time to get the hang of the whole professional networking thing, as assisted by technology.  Until […]
May 20, 2007

Learning To Ride A Bike, In 15 Minutes

Today, I had a whole lot of fun riding my bike with my offspring who are ages 11, 7 and 5.  My 5 year old was […]
April 30, 2007

The VitaMix Craze

I’ve been meaning to write about this for a couple of months, but I’ve been sidetracked a number of times.  We bought a VitaMix Super 5000 — finally […]
April 27, 2007

Vista Sales Better Than Expected

Or, more precisely, better than many analysts expected.  The analysts always seem to initially expect that the new OS will sell wildly better than the current OS, […]
July 24, 2007

Needless Vendor Bashing — by Vendors

In today’s story of immense irony, we find a vendor taking time to bash another vendor for a security flaw, only to have diligent 3rd parties […]
July 23, 2007

The Great Helicopter Adventure

I’ve been aiming to start a new hobby for some time now:  Remote Control Electric Helicopters.   In searching around for a good starter craft, I began […]
June 28, 2007

Another Busy Month…

June has been chock-full of fun, excitement and new challenges.  I have hardly had any chance to breathe — as evidenced by a dearth of posts […]
May 31, 2007

Can it be? Public Folder Replication Working?

Perhaps, just perhaps, I might have gotten my Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2007 public folder replication woes resolved. The appropriate routing queue is finally going down, but I […]
May 29, 2007

Good Ol’ Microsoft Fun with Exchange 2007

So, I sort of completed the migration to Exchange 2007 that I had decided to do this weekend.  Sort of. The mailbox moves were flawless.  Total time for […]
May 25, 2007

Migrating to Exchange 2007

I’ve had my Exchange 2007 server built for a couple of months now, but I hadn’t taken the time to migrate any of the mailboxes or […]
May 25, 2007

Reflection Time

This week is a period of transition for me.  I’m in the midst of a brief transition between employers, and also some lengthier transitions on the […]
May 20, 2007

12 Ways To Create An Ineffective Job Postings

Just today, I read the following article about bad job advertisements, and I have to say that I heartily concur with the sentiments posted there — especially […]
May 20, 2007

Staying LinkedIn: Professional Networking

I have to admit that it took me quite some time to get the hang of the whole professional networking thing, as assisted by technology.  Until […]
May 20, 2007

Learning To Ride A Bike, In 15 Minutes

Today, I had a whole lot of fun riding my bike with my offspring who are ages 11, 7 and 5.  My 5 year old was […]
April 30, 2007

The VitaMix Craze

I’ve been meaning to write about this for a couple of months, but I’ve been sidetracked a number of times.  We bought a VitaMix Super 5000 — finally […]
April 27, 2007

Vista Sales Better Than Expected

Or, more precisely, better than many analysts expected.  The analysts always seem to initially expect that the new OS will sell wildly better than the current OS, […]