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The folks at MassCUE ( Massachusetts Computer Using Educators) have posted an extremely interesting video outlining just how the world is changing around technology. This clip reaches into every corner of our culture so even if you are not “into” education, you need to take a look at the dramatic statistics they have put together. … Continue reading
Topher ran out the email statistics on our work system a couple weeks ago and I just ran across them again. They were interesting so I thought I would post them here. Our Email statistics for the week of March 15th, 2007 Total Mail Received by our Gateway: 30,804 Rejected at Gateway : 18,259 Passed … Continue reading
Jess is out in New York this weekend as the guest of honor at UBCON. Last night she was up at the Falls and sent me a couple of pics form her camera. Even though they are not great (phone cam + night + wind + size = poor) you can still get an idea … Continue reading
I put together a page to showcase some of the PowerPoint/Impress slides shows that I have developed for local and national presentations. These can be found HERE or you can go to Resources>Presentations page. Enjoy!
I just put up a new page which includes links to some of my technology articles that have been reprinted on the web. I also tossed in a couple of links to articles by other people where I was interviewed or presented.
So, if you are using a Mac and need Visio to do diagrams and charts, where does an old Windows user turn? That is an excellent question! I have been using and am thrilled with OmniGraffle Pro from The Omni Group. It is simple, robust and so darn easy to use. They have free downloads … Continue reading
At EconoCon We are out this weekend in Plymouth New Hampshire attending a SciFi/Gaming convention PSU. Its a great group of young folks and they are treating Jess like a queen. The public network here requires an account so I am writing this during the day and will have to post it at the hotel … Continue reading
I am continuing to be enthralled by my use of OSX as my primary work platform. I have a great custom built AMD system in my home office and I find myself leaving it turned off while I drag my Powerbook around the house working. At my office at HEC, the powerbook travels everywhere with … Continue reading
Ok… there is nothing like coming home. It’s even better when you come home to 12 inches of snow and have to park in the street and shovel your driveway before you can even get to your house!! Weeeee!!!!
The count for computers here this weekend is about 60 % PC ( Dell , Vaio, IBM) and 40% Apple. Looking at what Jess is doing , I am going to look into writing tools for OS X because I think that she may be happier with a Powerbook/Mac when her ancient Sony Vaio dies…. … Continue reading