Macworld Expo 2006

Well, it’s that time of year again. It’s the time of year when the King of the Reality Distortion Field presides over the Mac universe to let us know what is and should be the next big thing. I always look forward to each Steve Jobs keynote because of the anticipation and buzz it causes. […]

Podcast Now Available on iTunes

I have some exciting news to announce today. My podcast is now available for subscription via the iTunes Music Store. I intend to share some of the original music I’ve worked on over the years as well as videos and other content that my family and I create. So subscribe and enjoy the new content […]

New Updates to My Website

Hi everybody! I have been working on the website today, and there are several updates that I think you’ll like. There are some new videos of Kyah’s choir concert as well as new Flash slideshows for all of the photo albums. I have also created a podcast to share some old recordings from bands I’ve […]

Decisions, Decisions

I have been a closet developer for several years now. At my previous job, I spent a lot of time developing document automation solutions using Microsoft Word and Visual Basic for Applications. Those solutions used data from several internal systems to create completely automated, data-driven documents. I had a lot of fun working on those […]

Hello Again

Okay, so it’s been an insanely long time since I’ve posted anything to my blog. It’s probably about time I get back to writing about technology, music, and other things that are interesting to me. Stay tuned for some updates about what I’ve been in to lately. Until then . .

Geographically Disconnected Team Collaboration

In my professional and educational experiences, I have worked with teams that have been separated by great distances and time zones. In each case, the teams used tools to facilitate communication and collaboration among the team members. Following are descriptions of the tools used by each team. Large US Bank/UCC Vender Interface Project When a […]

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