Last week, I decided to go ahead and upgrade the OS on my iMac to “Mountain Lion,” primarily because I was contemplating using the iMac for some video editing, and Final Cut Pro recommended that I upgrade Read more […]
I am currently playing 2nd violin with the New Texas Symphony Orchestra, where I was accepted last May. They are an interesting bunch of very talented musicians, and the director (Cathy Brown) consistently Read more […]
It feels a bit like the “Flying Fickle Finger of Fate” award.
Last Friday, I accepted a local contract position, and signed the paperwork. Now my phone is boiling off the hook, and nearly 50% of all of my inbound email is from recruiters. I’ve gotten more calls and emails from recruiters this week than I got in the previous six.
About 30 years ago, give or take, I made the conscious career-limiting decision to avoid becoming a manager. It’s not because I dislike management. I’ve had good, bad, and indifferent managers, and I do have some definite opinions about what constitutes a good one. I just don’t want to be one myself, mainly because I don’t think I would be very good at it.
Yesterday, it appeared that my GuestDietBlog had been hacked. The page looked like one of those “parked” pages, full of somebody else’s links.
Google has announced a new product called “Keep” which does some of the things Evernote does. Guess what? I don’t care, and I will not be using “Keep.” Even though I haven’t tried it, I have already spotted some key differences between “Keep” and Evernote.