Archive for the ‘postaday’ Category

Focus On: Grammar Blogs

August 31, 2012 1 comment

Focus On: Grammar Blogs.

Grammar has always been one of my biggest pet peeves.  I’m not implying that I am always perfect when I write, but some of the things that I see daily on the web, particularly on social sites, makes me fear for the future of the English language.

What are your thoughts?

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UPDATE: Aerodynamic Engineering at its Finest

February 15, 2012 Leave a comment

On January 28, I posted about my sons’ upcoming Cub Scouts Pinewood Derby. I wanted to post an update with the outcome of that derby which occurred this past Sunday, February 12. Read more…

Companies mixed on letting workers use their own gadgets for work

February 14, 2012 Leave a comment

Via Scoop.itDaily Gadget News
Companies mixed on letting workers use their own gadgets for work – Kansas City Star. While loath to alienate employees by being too restrictive, many fear their companies’ confidential or critical business data could be accessed from poorly secured gadgets…

Besides my role as Quality Assurance Manager at work, I also wear the ever-expanding hat of the Network Administrator. This means that I deal with everything from the simple help desk calls of “I can’t get my mouse to work” to the design and implementation of server systems and network infrastructure. Read more…

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The Top 10 Advantages of Having a New Office

February 7, 2012 1 comment

Back in December after much anticipation and patience (or lack thereof), I moved into a new office at work. I had resided in my previous office (over-sized cubicle) for over 7 years, and frankly had gotten quite comfortable in those surroundings. Read more…

Aerodynamic Engineering at its Finest

January 28, 2012 1 comment

It’s that time of year again! Time to pull out the band saw and coping saw, the rasps and the sandpaper, the tape and the spray paint. Time to gather the boys around the workbench and think up new and exciting ideas Read more…

Back in the saddle again

January 26, 2012 1 comment

A lifetime ago, I worked nearly two years for an internet/technology company as a database administrator and webpage designer. I did everything from maintaining custom-written internal MS Access databases for the sales department to writing full webpages for many of our clients. Read more…