Wii having fun!

My wife and I had seen the Wii a number of times, and talked to some people who owned one, and thought it definitely looked pretty cool. With her birthday coming up, not to mention Valentine’s Day, Angela was the one who finally pulled the trigger and asked for one. After some fruitless searches to…

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VMWare Fusion Blog

Hmm, I write a pretty positive review of VMWare Fusion, and I get a thank you email from Pete Kazanjy, Fusion Product Marketing Lead. Then, in a follow up, he lets me know about the Team Fusion Blog. So, if you’re interesting in keeping up with the latest Fusion news, check it out. Technorati Tags:…

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IT Workers at Home

I saw a conversation going around on Twitter this morning about working from home, and management’s reluctance to allow their IT folks. I can’t find any links for it now, but some of the ideas being tossed around were pretty interesting. Especially the idea that if your job can be done from outside the office,…

Seriously Bad Consulting

A friend of mine, who’s workplace shall remain nameless, finds themselves dealing with quite the mess because of their IT consultant. This is a small business, I think somewhere around 20 people, with no internal tech staff. They had outsourced the tech support to a guy, who had been doing it for over a year,…

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VMware Fusion

I spent a good part of the Super Bowl setting up a Virtual Machine with Windows vista on the Macbook Pro. The setup was actually pretty easy. The one complaint I had was that even though the easy setup program when you start the VM asked for the Windows Product Key, when I went to…

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Proof and the compulsory fanboy photo

Here’s something I’m sure some people never expected to see me working on… So far, so good. I’m not having too much difficulty getting things setup the way I like, and I’ve been pleasantly surprised by silly little things that are just nice. For example, the fact that the power cord is magnetized on the…