Monthly Archive:: August 2009

The Good Enough Revolution: When Cheap and Simple Is Just Fine

This link comes from Wired.com. If you suffer from the tech addiction of having to have the latest and greatest, this article will help you to settle for good enough and save some cash. Or not.

Profit from Prospecting: Index Your Weblog

I began blogging in April of 2002. Since that time, I've posted 596 entries to this blog alone and started several other blogs, forums, and communities. it's easy to forget what you've posted over that span of time. I'm often surprised and pleased to read some of my older archived posts that are especially

Amazon’s Kindle Offers Free Internet Access

Yep, no monthly access fees or Internet service provider contract. It’s all based on using a Kindle ebook reader which is equipped with Whispernet–Amazon’s wireless access to their online store and the Internet in general. How’s it work? Each Kindle 2 has a built-in Sprint 3G modem and Amazon has worked a deal with

So I Decided to Get an Amazon Kindle

As if I don't have enough gadgets already: Aluminum Macbook 13 inch, Canon Rebel T1i, iPhone 3GS, Blackberry Curve, Pulse Digital Pen–these are among the ones I use most often and there are several others that I probably don't use as much but just had to have like my JVC Everio HD camcorder and

Twitter Tips for Beginners from TwiTip

An outstanding 40-minute informational video from Darren Rouse, social networking expert and author of TwiTip and Problogger.

Triple X Career Development

I spoke to a group of NSBE (National Society of Black Engineers) professionals today. The topic of my brief remarks was HR initiatives related to performance management and a global code of ethical conduct. Among the things I discussed with the group were the following Triple X's for career development. Experience. Whether you are