You don’t really have a backup strategy

Jun 8, 2010 | 8 Comments

Tweet I bet you don’t really have a backup strategy for your personal workstations. Some of you probably do some sort of backups but peel back the top layer and it’s not really a full backup strategy. I don’t want to scare you but have looked outside recently? Earthquakes, Sinkholes, Hurricanes, Floods, Republicans, Democrats oh […]

Fix Twitter name changes in TweetDeck: the Nuclear Option

Aug 12, 2009 | 5 Comments

Tweet Recently a number of my Twitter buds decided to change their twitter name. Why you ask? Well, that’s another blog post. Focus people focus. Anyway, after the name change I discovered that TweetDeck continued to show the old name for my group members and for autocomplete. I tried to un-follow/re-follow the person who changed […]

PeopleSoft Time Machine

Jul 22, 2009 | 2 Comments

Tweet I was organizing some of my PeopleSoft documents and came across some screen shots of PeopleSoft from years gone bye. Interesting to see the changes in the application from the Windows 3.1 days to the Web. Enjoy. Here is the original PeopleSoft 3.0 application from 1994. Windows 3.1 baby!!! PeopleSoft version 6: PeopleSoft version […]

Perhaps I’ll pass on passive marketing

Mar 17, 2009 | No Comments

Tweet I received an email today from Dell informing me there were new updates available for my Dell laptop. I had to laugh when I read the description of the new version of the Dell Support Center application “1. Add new feature of passive marketing.” I consider my Dell laptop as my own and as […]

Windows 7 Aero Snap and Shake now in Vista

Dec 25, 2008 | One Comment

Tweet As we wait for anxiously for Windows Vista 2.0…er…I mean Windows 7, there are a couple of Windows 7 features that are now available in Vista and XP The first feature is called Aero Snap and can be downloaded here. Once Aero Snap is running you can drag a window to the left or […]