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Category Archives: Information Management
TechRepublic has been running some of the humor of customer support, most of which has to do with clueless users and how funny some of their responses are. I am acquainted with this kind of humor and occasionally pass some … Continue reading
Cory Doctorow is a very well known science fiction writer, journalist, and a commentator on technology and social issues. He is interviewed in about the first 15 minutes of the Canadian (CBC) program Spark 170. I think what he’s saying … Continue reading
There’s an interesting article in Bloomsberg BusinessWeek titled Amazon, the Company that Ate the World. The title may seem just a bit over the top, but the content is interesting. I enjoyed the commentary on Amazon.com‘s business strategy. I admit … Continue reading
It’s 74%, in fact, according to this endgadget.com story. Based on my own experience I would add that IT expense and software compatibility are the two keys. Even though I’ve found that most software issues can be resolved without excessive … Continue reading
Gizmag describes the new technology, making it possible for blind computer users to make much, much better use of computers.
Boulders 2 Bits provides a link to Media Convert, which has a huge selection of document conversions you can perform online. I haven’t worked with it yet, but it’s definitely in my bookmarks.
Some details here.
I love TechRepublic’s 10 Things posts, and 10 dumb things IT pros do that can mess up their networks is a great one. It’s fun to tell those user stories, but most of us have dumb moment stories of our … Continue reading
TechRepublic has an excellent video, and a text article. I have been slow in moving toward Vista, but I now have a few installations to deal with. The basis of this video and article is that often one wants to … Continue reading