Last week I was shopping for a gift on a Thursday. I wanted to send a corny t-shirt to a friend of mine and went to cafepress.com via my Mac. Cafepress.com was down for the day (screen shot) so I went to 6dollarshirts.com that sells pretty much the same t-shirts for 14 dollars less. These […]
Several of my LinkedIn connections have commented on all of the articles that I post on LinkedIn from servicevirtualization.com. For the past 10 months I have automated this process to update my profile as soon as an article is published from any of our authors. It works really well and I have recently created a […]
I keep seeing the same signage at DFW airport. Over by the pay phones, yes there are still pay phones at the airport in case you need to call for a ride, there exists some inconsistent signage from our friends at Verizon. There are 3 different signs in 3 different shapes. Where is the quality […]
This past weekend the weather was nice so the gang and I went for a ride. When I leave I always put a few dollars in my pocket in case we stop at a store for a Coke or some Fig Newtons. We didn’t stop this day so I had my money in my pocket […]
I use Gmail a lot because it is easy flexible and good from almost anywhere. There are some neat add-ons and plugins for Gmail and one of those is Rapportive.com. I saw a video on how to have a guessed email validated with the plugin from Rob Ousbey so I downloaded it just in case. […]
A big thanks to Matt Hillyer and Eleven Hundred Springs for playing at our CA “is” event. Having live music at the office was a big change for the legacy CA employees and they loved it. Everyone enjoyed themselves and complied with my forced fun in being part of the video shoot. In preparation for […]
I just arrived home from a flurry of activity at Oracle OpenWorld. This was my first trip out there but won’t be the last. The purpose my trip was to launch a new book, “Service Virtualization: Reality is Overrated.” CA announced the book on Monday, gave away 3000 copies in the first 2 days, and CTO […]
If they know it do you need to tell them?
Here is a bad example of how to brand on Twitter.