Sometimes LinkedIn pesters you to do things. I wrote a recommendation to a great guy I knew from my old Timeplex days, Thaddeus B. Here’s a good story that shows Thad’s character. I had moved to Clearwater, FL from D.C. and in 1991, needed access to S/W Engineering’s system to download PAL code. I sent […]
Recently, I replied to a LinkedIn fellow’s post regarding SD-WAN (Software Defined Wide Area Network) versus MPLS (Multi-Protocol Label Switching). In cable transmission parlance, MPLS is sometimes referred to as “Metropolitan Ethernet” or “Metro-E”. This is defined in the DOCSIS 3.0 (Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification) standard. I replied with the comic up […]
This is a Healthcare graphic I created 2-1/2 years ago. It might be old, but it’s still good. Share this with your favorite doc.
LinkedIn and SolarWinds suggested this book just for me. Imagine that! I added comment #5: “Yes, I’m stupid. Please send me the book.”
I created this easy-to-use system several years ago. I don’t want to alienate, like, most of my friends here; but you know I don’t hold anything back. Enjoy! Level 1: Numbnut ———————- The poor Indian souls that take a beating all day long. Level 2: Dingleberry ———————- Usually American. Similar to Level 1, only quicker. […]
In August we got the Anniversary Edition of Windows 10 and on Tuesday, 4/11/2017, Microsoft released the Creator’s Edition. The most interesting feature of this new Windows 10 Edition is improvements to the handling of Critical Windows Updates. Microsoft, to their credit, continues to improve the security of the Windows platform, especially in Windows 10. It […]