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Integrity matters. Humble pie is tasty. For close to a decade, Internet used to be an awesome place for deceitful sociopaths. That kind of environment, full of anonymity and unaccountability, is a great breeding ground for some spectacular outright shameful … Continue reading
Yes, I’m bringing the gaypile back. Had to be done. Name calling is fun. It helps people quickly identify what they are dealing with to save copy space and convey a message without getting preachy or far too elaborate. If you’ve … Continue reading
Disclosure: I have been a Microsoft MVP in Microsoft Exchange category for two years, each year the reward consists of some swag and a $150 credit in the Microsoft store. How I got the award (first or second time) is … Continue reading
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Microsoft will be holding a webcast tomorrow so if you can take a moment to climb out of the pile it might be a good idea to attend and ask questions. David Schrag has a wiki set up for people … Continue reading
Microsoft held a webcast yesterday to explain their retail strategy. It was an excellent webcast with a quick background info followed by an extensive Q&A. I rated it as excellent, actually almost unbelievably good, because they were about as frank and direct … Continue reading
Sorry for the short notice, just got this from Jessica Emmons, my PCM (yep, another SBSC perk for those of you that claim there aren’t any): There have been lots of questions about Comp USA and other retail outlets from … Continue reading
It’s been a busy week. I got a lot of email/queries about my posts of the pending doom of the SMB IT Consultant. That is not what I said but frankly it’s foolish to believe that it’s nothing but bright … Continue reading
Not to be outdone by Geek Squad, Firedog, Staples, Mac stores, Microsoft bCentral (UK) and every two indians with enough juice on a credit card to register a domain name….. CompUSA is entering Managed Services. This is somewhat significant becuase CompUSA always … Continue reading