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Category Archives: Workplace Thoughts
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
I’ve derived some or all of my income from self-employment almost all of the last 20 years. I’ve gotten pretty good at estimating what I will make, and I can come close to my self-employment tax for the year in … 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
And the list is here. They all sound reasonably revolutionary, but at the rate things are changing, how long will it take to change the list?
Some details here.
There are a number of things I like about the Obama administration, largely in foreign policy and to a lesser extent in terms of civil liberties. But there is one area where I disapprove totally. I think a company that … Continue reading
… from Toni Bowers at TechRepublic.
McKain, Scott. The Collapse of Distinction. Nashville: Thomas Nelson, 2009. I am not generally a fan of motivational books, and that is what I expected that this book would be when I picked it up–a lot of cheerleading and motivational … Continue reading
I was thinking about faxes yesterday because someone asked me for my fax number. Now the fact is that I removed my fax line around nine months ago, and that it had been used for nothing but receiving junk faxes … Continue reading