Here's a random sampling of some articles I wrote for my blog. Call it designing with words.
The media was set on fire last week when Beyoncé Knowles rang in Barack Obama’s inauguration with a beautiful rendition of the star spangled glory—that she lip-synced to. While the track that played was her singing, the world cried ‘controversy’ because Bey didn’t actually perform live. My thoughts, who cares?!
IT budgets are being slashed, IT support staff have to “do more with less”, and yet more and more demands are always being asked. Corporate (C-level) executives focus on the bottom line (as they should), so when push comes to shove, they just make it simple—centralize. Less hubs, less expenses, more profit. What’s an IT guy to do?
It’s that time of year again! Ever have those days that nothing seems to go right? Slow computers, always dropping things, every time you pull your headphones out of your pocket to find they’ve somehow magically tied themselves into a knot that even boy scouts would marvel at? In times like these you think the universe is literally out to get you! Well, when it’s Mercury Retrograde, it kind of is.
Seriously, the majority of posts I see these days pale in comparison to the comments section, which is way more entertaining than the article itself! Right?
After all the success the viral video on “how to be a Vancouverite” has had, I think it’s time time to expand the series with other major Canadian cities. After being born and raised in Edmonton, I vote the next in line should be “How to be an Edmontonian”.
Wow. Fox News just finished the renovations to their newsroom. The most notable addition to the “news deck” is all of their new BATs—big area touchscreens—that you can see littering the background. These 55” touch screen monitors are going to help Fox News anchors report the news better. No, I’m not joking. Seriously.