Archive for October, 2006

 Delivered with style and wit, FitzGerald’s lecture was a delicious summary of the mistakes he had seen directors, managers and employees make during his near 40-year career at one of the world’s biggest consumer-products companies. Some of the worst blunders, he identified through painful experience: he’d made them himself. But he had also learned important […]

This final installation of How To Subscribe To A Blog (Part 2) will add a few minor details that you might find useful. ADDING A RSS FEED IN BLOGLINES Let’s start by taking you over to the newly acquired YouTube by Google. It’s a short tutorial on how to add a RSS feed in Bloglines. Yes, it’s […]

I’ve been told time and time again by my daddy, “not to make things harder than it already is.” That was during my hormonally-charged, incorrigible teenage years. Today, I find it difficult to ignore the significance of that statement. I should not make things harder than it already is for you. You must be stretched […]

“According to research from Nielsen/NetRatings, people are buying cutting-edge technology but often don’t understand the terms that describe what their device actually does. Terms such as podcasting and wikis are still meaningless to many.” Source: BBC News (Read the rest of the article here). Now, aren’t you glad you have this blog?

 Memories of stained toilet seats and grimy kitchen cabinets come flooding back when I mention Ajax to friends.   “I would have lost my sanity if it wasn’t for Ajax,” Sheila whimpered to my wife, struggling to hold back a tear. “No other cleaning solution worked for me. Ajax is all I think about when […]

I will be introducing a new category for this blog called, ‘Today’s Hot Steer’. It’s not what you think so don’t let your mind wander. ‘Today’s Hot Steer’ will bring you * insert your own powerful adjectives here * tips, resources and killer apps that I know will leave you either speechless or pleasantly satisfied. […]