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Post-Networking

I’ve just come back from a networking event, the first formal such event I’ve ever attended. I drove out through unplowed roads, which made a 20 minute drive take closer to 60 minutes. I wasn’t the only one, however, as about 60 people attended, although some did arrive late. I had been briefed as to […]

Developing a Network to Network

During a recent conversation with a friend, we discussed creating a network of professionals in the IT industry. The basic purpose of the network would be to share business leads. The conversation progressed from there, and a couple of weeks later, we met again, this time with a third person. At this point, we realized […]

Why You Have to Love Tech Support

After yesterday’s post about why I hate tech support, I read a short story about a tech phone call that made me appreciate tech support. Yes, they don’t know how to deal with people who understand computers, but that’s because they have to deal with people like Bob: Tech Support: Ok, Bob, type a capital […]

Technology that Empowers Me

This is #5 on Chris Brogan’s list of 100 Blog Topics I Hope YOU Write Oddly enough, the technology that makes the biggest difference to my day-to-day life is one which most people don’t think of as a technology, if they think about it at all. I refer, of course, to the coffee maker. I […]