30October, 2009

That’s a Wicked Google-y!: Refine Your Googling with Search Operators and Latent Functionality

I’ve written previously here at the blog about some of the nifty applications and programs that the folks over at Google have introduced. Not that I ever really get into web stuff, but I have been generally impressed with Google. My like affair began when I made two almost concurrent moves: I stopped […]

22October, 2009

Preach What You Practice: LOMAP Debuts New Podcast, “The UnBillable Hour”

Back in July (which seems like it was just yesterday, given our being recently hit with a heat wave two days following a snowstorm–the Spirit works in mysterious ways, does he not), Rodney wrote here at the blog about the importance of listening to podcasts. Taking not wanting to be hypocritical to the extreme, […]

22October, 2009

Preach What You Practice: LOMAP Debuts New Podcast, "The UnBillable Hour"

Back in July (which seems like it was just yesterday, given our being recently hit with a heat wave two days following a snowstorm–the Spirit works in mysterious ways, does he not), Rodney wrote here at the blog about the importance of listening to podcasts. Taking not wanting to be hypocritical to the extreme, […]

15October, 2009

Data Privacy Creep: SJC Joins Club, Approves Interim Guidelines for Prevention of Identity Theft; File a Way

The grand Commonwealth of Massachusetts has, of late, taken a serious interest in the protection (from identity theft) of its residents’ private information. This is, to be sure, a good thing, in the abstract, and far better than other objects that the state could be/has been engaged in. I have been fortunate enough […]

13October, 2009

Jump Like Jack Flash: Get to Windows Folders Faster Using QuickJump (It’s Alright Now)

TechHit, inventor and purveyor of “Outlook utilities that save you time”, as well as other various and sundry utilities and add-ins for use with your email, social networking websites and operating systems, has recently released its QuickJump software, which is a way to “quickly” (now) navigate to Windows folders.Sounds simple. Why is that important? […]

2October, 2009

Getting to No: Rejecting Opportunity as a Means for Expanding Potential

I Don’t Get No (ba da da) Re-ejection. I Don’t Get No Reject. Hell, no. Nah. Say Yes to the No. Well, then you’d know I’ve seen “Say Yes to the Dress”. No. Getting to No? A play on words. Better. Getting there. Okay.Yes. […]