I’ve been editing pictures on computers since the beginning of digital photography. I started with one of the first consumer grade digital cameras, the Casio QV-11 and never went back to film. I’ve used countless photo editing apps but nothing compared to Adobe’s Photoshop. Adobe changed to their current subscription only model in 2013 and […]
Microsoft’s Visio has been the de facto diagraming application for almost two decades. Grapholite is available for Windows, Android, and iOS. It cost less than $30.00, I was shocked to find myself preferring it over Visio for basic diagraming.
A few days ago, I was using my Surface Go to do some work while sitting on the back yard patio. It was a pleasant spring day. The birds were chirping, the grass was green, and my wife’s flowers smelled great. It was nice to be outside, except for one thing. A lack of screen […]
You may be under the impression that working from home means sitting on the couch in your PJs with a laptop. Sure, you can do that for an hour to two
Being that I’ve never been to a Comicon, I’m not quite sure what to expect as I stand in line with my family on a snowy spring morning. While we’re on the subject of firsts, I’ve also never tried live blogging. Why not kill two birds with one stone? Rather than having an experience and […]
Space the final frontier. NASA’s Kennedy Space Center connects people to space travel in unique ways.
Most of the stocks I have invested in were purchased through my 401K retirement program. These stocks are mananged by a company and my involvement is limited to picking a few options around how agressively I think they should attempt to generate returns for my account. I am by no means a financial expert, I […]
A while back, I wrote a series of articles on using PowerShell to create a decent monitoring system . It’s nothing fancy, but it gets the job done and costs nothing but time and effort to implement. If your needs continue to grow you’ll be left with two choices: continue to pound out code to expand […]
When I was little, my dad would sometimes entertain me by drawing my favorite cartoon characters. He would sketch them on napkins or scraps of paper while we were waiting for a table at a restaurant or sitting through some other equally boring event. I was always amazed that the Fred Flintstone, Mickey Mouse, or […]
We watched a guy wait until nobody answered and then walk out to his unmarked truck and grab a ladder.