Top 10 [or Not]

Top 10 [or Not]

Some days, writing comes easier to me than others. Last week’s blog pretty near wrote itself. I’d just had half a brush with death on Wykoff’s Run with all its twists and...

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Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

Backstory, because if you’ve read any of my other blogs, you know there’s always one with me. Today will be no different, save for the fact that backstory IS the story,...

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Tech Support

Tech Support

I don’t know exactly how long ago tech support became a serious thing. I know when I first started fiddlin’ with computers, Ceedy Morgan was my tech support department. He...

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Menus

Menus

Wow. A one-word title. Which is a spoiler alert of sorts as to where I’m heading today.And of course I have to tell a story to get started. Kinda like an athlete stretching...

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When It Rains

When It Rains

Back in the late '80s when I lived in Oklahoma City, I had several hobbies. I was an avid amateur photographer. So much so that I built a darkroom in my garage to process my...

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Great Ideas

Great Ideas

Throughout my life, there have been literally tens of thousands of great ideas, many of which improved life for people across the globe. Consider something like duct tape –...

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Free Not Free

Free Not Free

As some of you may know from reading a few of these articles I’ve written, I grew up in a small town where my family owned and operated a hardware store for over six...

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Time Has Come

Time Has Come

I don’t know how often I’ve come to the realization that it was time to admit that I should cut my losses and move on. I do know that the number of times I’ve had to do that...

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The 7-Layer Email

The 7-Layer Email

Wow. It’s been a really long time since I indulged in that wonderful 7-layer dip I used to make so long ago. It was lots of fun to put it all together until my OCD flared up...

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The Piecemeal Project

The Piecemeal Project

Back when I worked in corporate America, they forced me to read books and attend workshops and such with the hope of making me smarter and more efficient. I frequently came...

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