Gadget Heads

Here’s an interesting theory from Daniel Taylor (Spotted via Adam Gaffin): I think of it like hot dogs. Nobody wants to know what goes inside a hot dog. And once you do, it’s kind of hard to get excited about eating one. That’s the way it is with mobile devices. There are gadget heads in…

Gridlock

Nothing like some serious snow to completely cripple the city of Columbus, and there’s nothing like having my 4 mile commute take an hour and 45 minutes! Woot! Yes, on a normal day I spend almost as much time walking between the parking garage I use downtown and our office building, than I do driving…

2000 Bloggers

I haven’t spoken about this, I am on the 2000 Bloggers collage. I joined and purposely didn’t say anything because I saw it as a sort of sociological experiment, and I didn’t want to do anything to influence it. As it turns out, my original theory was that being one face in a collage of…

Strange interference

I’ve noticed something quite bizarre over the last few days. Something seems to be interfering with the service to my T-Mobile Blackberry when I’m at home. Whenever I’m at home, emails will simply come in bunches every once in awhile, sometimes as much as a few hours from when they were sent, and frequently going…

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Mainstream media

I overheard, not in the literal sense but secondhand, an IT professional lamenting the lack of media coverage about the Daylight Savings time switch and the possible affect on computer systems. Apparently, in cases like this, he likes to send an alert to the folks he supports and send them a link to CNN or…