Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Internet was created mainly just for this..

Yep – song parodies.   And yes, there is an overwhelmingly-embarassing pride in understanding all of the Star Wars-geek humor in this……….and yet still agreeing with it. (Can’t believe that I did not recognize the part of Anakin was played … Continue reading

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Submarines & Crowdsourcing

“None of us is as smart as all of us” – Japanese proverb In 1906, organizers of a country fair invited a crowd of nearly 1000 attendees to guess the weight of a large ox as part of a giant … Continue reading

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New geek toy–FitBit

Since joining Twitter a few years back, I was always abit intrigued by brother Mark Ingall’s periodic tweets that looked like this After Bing’ing FitBit to see what the hell a FitBit was, I found I liked it immediately – … Continue reading

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TechEd & BI

  Microsoft’s 2012 TechEd Conference was held in Orlando 2 weeks ago (June 11 – 14).  I love all of the content that they (and and other conferences such as the Norwegian Developers Conference) share online afterwards each year.  This … Continue reading

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