I’ve been buying Dell computers for well over 15 years (note: I’m typing this posting on my Dell Latitude D620)… I started buying Dell during the days when there were at least 10 other alternatives such as Compaq, Acer, Systemax,
Take a look at the latest Mercedes concept car… the photo at the left shows a shiny new sports car. However, the photo at the right indicates what’s coming down the pike — There is no steering wheel and no
This site has an interesting article that describes 30 open source software packages you should consider for your Windows-based computer.
Unless you’ve been asleep at the wheel, you’re probably aware the Microsoft has finally released two major software packages. These “cash cows” for Microsoft include Windows Vista (upgrade for Windows XP) and Office 2007 (upgrade for Office 2003). These two upgrades
I just returned from a business trip to… Nashville? Yes, that’s right. Nashville, Tennessee. No, I wasn’t there auditioning to be a session musician with a country and western group. I was there with BoMo and Pilly to attend the
He was born in Pennsylvania, of Ukrainian descent and son of a coal miner. Palaniuk worked in the coal mines until the 1930’s when he started a career as a professional boxer. Using the professional name Jack Brazzo, Vladimir Palaniuk
For those of you following the evolution of the business technique known as “Six Sigma”, the Scott Adams “Dilbert” cartoon below sums up the current outlook…
During the dot com craze in 1998-2000, the prescription for get-rich-quick was to create a company with a business model that leveraged the Internet in some way; Raise a few $ million in venture capital to support the development of the
Ralph Bennett writes a very good story about his tennis match with Milton Friedman… It’s very interesting article if you’re into tennis and/or economics.
I had no idea that Dr. Alfred Kinsey, the founder of the modern day sexual revolution, was a professor at Indiana University! Evidently, there is still a Kinsey Institute for Sexual Studies at Indiana today. Wow, to think that Bloomington was the