Microsoft Visio is not a tool I normally pull out of my toolbox. Recently, when trying to explain a home network layout to a VP for the seventh time, I had a need for a visual representation of what I was failing to verbalize. It is with that in mind that I fired up Microsoft […]
Like I said a few years back when Karen Vail left the show, I’m a big fan of Frank O. Pinion and the Large Morning Show in the Afternoon, currently on KTRS 550 AM in St. Louis. It was announced last Thursday (10/4/12) that another player, Tina Dalpiaz, was leaving the show. Frank discussed Tina’s departure in […]
Currently, Justin Bieber is continuing to sweep the world with his teen pop antics and musical stylings. He is the first true “social media” star. Sadly, Justin built his fame on a lie. Shocking, I know.
At home and work, I spend a lot of time in Microsoft Excel. Most of the important details of my life are stored somewhere in an Excel Workbook. For some time, I wanted a way to save a log of the changes that were made to some of the workbooks.
I recently upgraded the hard drives in my home desktop and encountered a minor stumbling block that I thought I’d share with you all. BACKGROUND My desktop PC is setup with 3 hard drives. The boot drive is a 1TB drive (C:). I then have two 1.5TB drives (E: and F:) which serve as the […]
If you have a gun and are planning to carry concealed, do yourself a favor and get a Kholster. They are very comfortable and well constructed. The customer service is also top-notch. This Memorial Day weekend, all Kholsters are $40 shipped.
I started using Prosper.com in late 2008. The hope was to find an investing platform that would pay a better return than the paltry 2.5% I get at my local credit union. Unfortunately, peer-to-peer lending has failed me via Prosper.com. The notes I currently hold through Prosper once closed, will not be re-opened for a […]
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