Archive | March 2006
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While sitting on the toilet reading the lates issue of e-Week today, I had a brilliant stroke of genius. You see, I get all these free magazine subscriptions due to the industry I work in, and I am often amazed at the complete worthlessness of most of them. It took me 6.5 minutes to scan […]
Caught in the ho-hum doldrums of life on the cube farm? (Believe me, I know how you feel). You need to contact the Bureau of Workplace Interruptions (BWI), a seemingly service that will use mail, email, the phone, or suprise visits to provide you with a little bit of harmless, in-good-humor motivation and self esteem. […]
Still using Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser on your Windows machine? Stop already! With the most recent critical, unpatched security exploits running wild, reports are coming in regarding otherwise innocent web sites silently installing malicious programs that steal your passwords and other sensitive information. Do yourself a favor and install Firefox or Opera, both free browsers […]
A buddy from one of my favorite online geek hangouts, the Broadband Reports Web Developer board, has been collecting VW commercials on his site for VW lovers. I’ve always been partial to VW’s, having learned to drive in a ’67 Beetle, and their commercials area good reflection of their uniqueness in the auto industry. This […]
So with two weeks remaining at my current day job with the Air Force, I have found myself in a time of major change and decision making. I have sent out about 50 resumes with only a couple of responses; interviews that I have yet to take part in. The long of the short of […]
You probably noticed the new curtains. Finally, I got around to creating my own design for this site. There are still elements of the previous theme here, and I will be changing them in time. For now though, I can at least call this my own. Today in the car, I asked Gray what his […]