Good Morning Blog…sphere…or whatever!!!


Been really busy but a job change will do that do ya.  For all of my many followers (2 now, right?) it’s time for a RANT.  Weeeeeee hawwwwwwwwwwww!

Ok, well, the last one for this local at any rate. 

First, say it with me, JUNK MAIL AND SPAM

 

Ol’ Gwenny here has desires…

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This bit of mail just doesn’t make a lick of sense.  She wants me to be healthy.  To become healthy, I need to buy some freaking jewelry by Andreas.  For my Loved one?  How is that going to make me healthy? 

Does it matter?  I’m sure clicking on the link puts some nastiness on my computer anyway.

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Now, my doctor and I have an agreement

If I need a prescription SNAGHTML521c951he’ll write it out…  Heck, I can even drive to Canada if the prices are really cheaper.  So why would I need, discreet packaging?  Confidential Ordering?  Next day delivery?

 

Why?

 

No clue?  Realy?

 

What I really wan to know, is how is satisfaction measured by satisfied customers? 

 

A firm 6 hour commitment?  Barumppump!

 

Help!  Facebook is on fire!

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I’m not sure but a Led Zeppelin tune “Living Loving Maid” pops into my head with this one.

 

Love Facebook or hate it, the message here misses the target.  I mean, and you know who you are, you’ve already checked your smart phone, and know all the activity that has happened.  If your not that person, you’re probably on the other end of the spectrum going… “So bleeping what”.  Substitute “bleeping” for your favorite phrase.

 

If you actually clicked on the link, then… I’m sorry for your computer.  As you can see, the link goes no where near Facebook…

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Up Load?  More like “Up yours…”

 

Well, that’s it from the mind of me…

Remember that commercial?  “From the Mind of Minolta”  Late 70s I think.  It constantly amazes me that this stuff still gets play.  Of course, I’m pretty black and white with email myself.  80% goes right to the crapper out of the shoot.  The few important ones get reviewed.

The old adage “If it sounds too good to be true…”  guess what?  It’s just as true today as it was then.

Bye for now…

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Andre

Originally, this was a pretty darn boring post. Kinda like... Well I won't go there. Perhaps its still on the robotic side but... I could say I like music. Safe, generic and non-comittal. Or, I could say that I've been having a blast tuning up my old guitars, getting blisters on my fingers and turning the amp up past 2. Amazaing what a little overdrive and a half pressed wahwah pedal can do for a sound. Get that cool "Money for Nothin" vibe happening. I get a real kick out of reading old Sci Fi. Reading Asimov's vision about the future is really entertaining now. When he wrote much of the material, the items that were futuristic were day to day tools I used in the early part of my career. Microfiche and the like. I also remember that upstart Microsoft and MS DOS...and can you say Lotus 123? So maybe this is a little better than "I like to read and play music". My career is focused on Team Leadership and Technology. Both share the attributes of continual growth and education. Currently, I manage a team of 4 programmers as direct reports. I've been in this role since 08/2007. Prior to that, I was the team lead (on site) for integration with the customer. Customers ranged from local government to manufacturing and medical. Teams ranged in size from one to six additional team members. On the other side is technology. I've been keeping current with .net technologies focusing on C# and Sharepoint (2007/2010). Specialties Team Building and Management Technical Staff Recruiting Microsoft Visual Studio 7 through 2010 (VB.NET and C#.NET) Microsoft SQL Server 6.5-2008R2 (DTS, TSQL, SSIS, SSAS, and SSRS ) SharePoint 2010 (Office Integration, InfoPath, Site Management and planning) Windows Server 2008 R2 AD DS PowerShell Techology analysis Puchasng and working with vendors Microsoft licensing management and compliance Business Systems Analysis Traning plans Mentoring Training coordination.

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