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The World of No

Without question, my least favorite word in the English language is usually “no.” But are all “no’s” created equal?

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Understanding Linsanity

Why we’re so taken with the Knicks’ rookie point guard.

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My Mac Transition, III: Expert Help

@philmontero joins me to talk about some great hints and tips.

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2010: A Look Back and Forward

A quick look back and forward at the year that almost was.

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Simon’s Universal Theory of Windows

How I make dysfunction work for me.

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My Mac Transition, II: Getting Stronger

Options are unlimited with the Mac so far.

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Why Microsoft Access 2007 Sucks

I despise Access 2007. Here’s why.

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Social Media: The Great Equalizer?

I must admit that I never thought of using social media as a sword until I read this story about golfer John Daly. Are sites such as Facebook and Twitter 21st century virtual armies?

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2009: A Look Back and Forward

As I reflect on the past twelve months, I am very pleased with what I have accomplished. Faced with a tough year on the consulting front, I was able to make productive use of my time and write a second book–as well as penning the second edition to my first. In this post, I look both back on 2009 with an eye towards 2010.

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Five Parallels Between Golf and IT Projects

Believe it or not, they are pretty similar.

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Random Thoughts – Week of 8/2/09

Trainspotting, golf, Slashdot, and Pearl Jam.

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Hello World

Hello World, as Tiger Woods told an eager room of reporters at a press conference in August of 1996. Yep, I’ll start out by comparing myself to probably the greatest golfer of all time. I doubt that I could take a single hole from him in any kind of competitive format, even with his broken   …Continue Reading

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