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Using Free Wireless and VPNs

May 31st, 2008 at 11:23 pm » Comments (5)

I read Tony Dye’s post on Wireless Safety: The VPN Question and wanted to share a comment. It turned into a post of its own, so I’ve moved it into one :-) Read his post first so this makes sense. If a laptop user establishes a VPN connection to your corporate VPN server, and doesn’t […]

Stopped Writing and Kept Working, Accumulated Miscellaneous Stuff

May 28th, 2008 at 11:46 am » Comments (6)

I hope everyone had a great holiday weekend! In case you haven’t noticed, I’ve not posted much recently. Chalk it up to being busy at work and at home. Actually, part of it is that using and reading Twitter and the #citrt chat channel on IRC has sapped a lot of what I’ve had to […]

Best Videos Ever for Facilities Managers – Or IT Managers!

May 12th, 2008 at 12:00 am » Comments (0)

The two videos that Tony Dye posted about the Juggling FMer are quite possibly my two favorite videos of all time (although my wife would prefer I put our wedding video at the top I think :-) Although related to Facilities Management, they apply equally well in most cases to Information Technology, and are thus […]

My Three Awesome Moms

May 11th, 2008 at 6:25 pm » Comments (0)

Well, it’s Mothers Day again. It didn’t used to be quite as big a deal as it is now. There are two reasons for that. One is that growing up, my Dad always made sure my brother and I had something nice for our Mom for Mother’s Day, and did something nice for her. Go […]

JesusGeek Podcast Interviews Me about WordPress for Church Website

May 5th, 2008 at 11:16 pm » Comments (7)

Given that I’ve never been interviewed before, I’m probably taking the risk of sounding incredibly dumb in public (well, I took that risk already but now I’m doing more damage by telling you about it!) by mentioning that I was interviewed for the JesusGeek Podcast. John Wilkerson, aka Jesus Geek, was interested in how we […]