October 3, 2007

LinkedIn Live…

On Tuesday, I went to a LinkedIn gathering that was put together by some Northern NJ members of LinkedIn.  It was a pretty decent event, and I got […]
September 26, 2007

Can Microsoft Learn from This?

Some days it seems like Microsoft still has a lot to learn about being a team player on a global stage where customers and regulators are […]
September 26, 2007

Timely Breach Disclosure

Yes, we know that information security in an interconnected world is not trivial.  We accept that configuration errors or malicious insiders or new, complex threats might […]
September 12, 2007

On Being A Technology Change Agent

As I think about it, the title is probably misleading, because being a Technology Manager with change-agent responsibility is not the same as being a Technology […]
September 9, 2007

Getting on the Oprah Winfrey Show

No, not me…  My wife.  She was able to obtain some tickets, since Oprah is going to be taping a couple of shows in New York this […]
September 3, 2007

What I Need From LinkedIn

As I wrote way back in May 2007 concerning LinkedIn, it is an awesome tool that greatly facilitates Professional Networking.  The LinkedIn Answers feature, for instance, is a very […]
September 2, 2007

Community Server Update is on the Horizon…

Service Pack 3 for Community Server 2007 is on the horizon, considering that a beta for SP3 was recently made available by the folks at Telligent.  I’m glad that I […]
August 30, 2007

The Price of Poor Security?

Given the recent spate of breach announcements from companies like Monster.com and TradeFreedom Securities Inc., I’ve been thinking about how poor security is going to impact organizations and consumers […]
August 30, 2007

ASPnix is an utterly worthless web host…

I don’t say this too often, but words cannot express how worthless they are.   If I were to summarize the ways in which they failed to […]
August 27, 2007

The Great Outdoors

This summer, in addition to a vacation at Cape Maywith my extended family, we also went to Shepherd Lake twice (in June and August), and we had our annual church […]
August 24, 2007

Lots of changes coming…

It’s been a long time coming, but I finally got rid of my previous hosting company.  Their sins are too numerous to mention in this post, […]
July 31, 2007

The Bogus Quest for Productivity

I’ve been falling behind on my Harvard Business Review reading, in recent months, but I finally made some time to catch up on the July/August issue, and came […]
October 3, 2007

LinkedIn Live…

On Tuesday, I went to a LinkedIn gathering that was put together by some Northern NJ members of LinkedIn.  It was a pretty decent event, and I got […]
September 26, 2007

Can Microsoft Learn from This?

Some days it seems like Microsoft still has a lot to learn about being a team player on a global stage where customers and regulators are […]
September 26, 2007

Timely Breach Disclosure

Yes, we know that information security in an interconnected world is not trivial.  We accept that configuration errors or malicious insiders or new, complex threats might […]
September 12, 2007

On Being A Technology Change Agent

As I think about it, the title is probably misleading, because being a Technology Manager with change-agent responsibility is not the same as being a Technology […]
September 9, 2007

Getting on the Oprah Winfrey Show

No, not me…  My wife.  She was able to obtain some tickets, since Oprah is going to be taping a couple of shows in New York this […]
September 3, 2007

What I Need From LinkedIn

As I wrote way back in May 2007 concerning LinkedIn, it is an awesome tool that greatly facilitates Professional Networking.  The LinkedIn Answers feature, for instance, is a very […]
September 2, 2007

Community Server Update is on the Horizon…

Service Pack 3 for Community Server 2007 is on the horizon, considering that a beta for SP3 was recently made available by the folks at Telligent.  I’m glad that I […]
August 30, 2007

The Price of Poor Security?

Given the recent spate of breach announcements from companies like Monster.com and TradeFreedom Securities Inc., I’ve been thinking about how poor security is going to impact organizations and consumers […]
August 30, 2007

ASPnix is an utterly worthless web host…

I don’t say this too often, but words cannot express how worthless they are.   If I were to summarize the ways in which they failed to […]
August 27, 2007

The Great Outdoors

This summer, in addition to a vacation at Cape Maywith my extended family, we also went to Shepherd Lake twice (in June and August), and we had our annual church […]
August 24, 2007

Lots of changes coming…

It’s been a long time coming, but I finally got rid of my previous hosting company.  Their sins are too numerous to mention in this post, […]
July 31, 2007

The Bogus Quest for Productivity

I’ve been falling behind on my Harvard Business Review reading, in recent months, but I finally made some time to catch up on the July/August issue, and came […]