Monthly Archives: January 2008

Book Review: READY, FIRE, AIM

I picked this book up to give my system a jolt after pondering the economic challenges and opportunities as defined by AG. I currently have several ventures in play, and all can be defined as Stage One according to Masterson. … Continue reading

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Book Review: AG, The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World

I just completed Alan Greenspan’s book and I must say it is a very timely read for anyone in the world that has investments in play, or is curious where the market may head.  He recounts events, such as the … Continue reading

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Merging PDFs with OS X

I am wrapping up my manuscript for my first book, and one task is to build an index.  This requires searching through hundreds of pages for key phrases.  I was provided my proofs as PDF files, but separates.  So, after … Continue reading

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Copy Blackberry Phonebook to SIM

Seems like a simple task, and the reverse is very simple – RIM has a “Copy all from SIM to address book”, but not the later.  So, given I have a need to place my most important numbers on a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Starbucked

I received this book as a gift both as a joke and on a serious note.  As any entrepreneur and technologist can relate, I spend an abnormal amount of time away from home and tend to find myself in a … Continue reading

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