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A World Without Google
If you’re reading this, you survived last week’s Google glitch. Learn more here about the events of Thursday morning, May 14, 2009: Frustration, distress over Google outage Verne Kopytoff, San Francisco Chronicle For the record, I interrogated the Internets to cite this article using live...
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A few weeks ago Cindy Gross brought this tweet to my attention from SQL Server MVP Jason Massie : statisticsio : I should pdf the essential posts from @ aspiringgeek and sqlcat because everytime I really need them blogs.msdn.com is crawling. http://twitter.com/statisticsio/statuses/1377928792 ...
16 Apr 2009
DST: It's About Time!
Daylight Saving Time, DST, has finally returned. We sprung forward yesterday. I love DST! For years here in Indiana I had no reason to celebrate. That changed recently. I was a proud member of the Hoosier Daylight Coalition, a grass roots organization largely responsible for ending Indiana's decades...
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Commencement Keynote: ITT Technical Institute, Indianapolis, 9/20/2008
Yesterday I had the distinct privilege of delivering the Commencement Keynote for the graduating class of ITT Technical Institute Indianapolis campus to an audience estimated at 300. It took place at the Warren Performing Arts Center, a beautiful multi-tiered auditorium. They certainly didn’t...
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