I thought this would never happen, but it did. I am not sure if I should feel honored that someone plagiarized my article, but someone did. They did such a bad job at copying my article that they left one of the links in it that point back to my blog. I got a WordPress… Read More Copyright in the 21st century or how “IT Gurus of Atlanta” plagiarized my and other’s articles
Today in first world problems: Amazon Fresh fails to deliver a grocery order, forcing a suburban New Jersey family to go to the grocery store. Over the past couple of months, we’ve come to rely on Amazon Fresh for our groceries. The amount of time it saves for us makes it worthwhile. Typically they’ve delivered… Read More Online grocers have an additional burden to be reliable
It is a new year and time for something entirely new. Photography is a hobby of mine. When we travel or when I go to photo outings, I like to bring my iPad with me and do some basic post-processing before I get home. The problem is: the mobile version of Adobe Lightroom is horrible.
November of 2016 marked five years of my work at Liquid Analytics. On New Year’s Eve in 2011 I wrote: Breezing through your day at work is a recipe for stagnation. Any spare brain cycles you have at work should be spent on thinking about how to improve yourself and your project. The biggest lesson… Read More Here is to a great 2017!
You don’t need to be a genius to find yourself in a situation where you are the smartest person in the room. This can be a result of your getting hired for a specific project requiring your specialized skill set that few other people have. This can also be because you are the last surviving… Read More The smartest person in the room
I can’t help but be left underwhelmed by Apple announcements. I am not some Windows fanboy – I’ve been using Macs for the past 16 years. Ever since Steve Jobs has died Apple has been flipping around with no real direction. Raw hardware specs The MacBook Pro used to be top of the line laptop… Read More Apple’s announcements no longer excite me
This article was originally published September 7, 2016 on my Computerworld Cloud Power blog Earlier this year I switched from Android to iPhone and from Verizon to Google’s Project Fi. My blog post about the experience generated a vigorous discussion comparing Google’s privacy guarantees to Apple’s. The summary of the argument presented to me is… Read More Don’t trust your cloud service until you’ve read the terms