[Top Photo, Bottom Photo] Say hello to my newest and largest investment to date, my new 1999 Kawasaki ZX6 in sleek maroon red. Its sweet, and once I get my lessons, away I go! Thanks to Jason who drove it back, and everyone else who acted as a human shield when my parents came home.
Monthly Archive for July, 2006
Nikon is letting the speculation run wild on the new cameras it will be releasing (see the teaser at Nikon.ca). Most imagined it would be an upgrade to the D70s, given the 10 MP camera resolution and the fact that the D70s’es upgrade was a small tweak to the D70. Hiptech got some pictures and has a [...]
Motorola has killed off the RAZR, so if you’re one of the many people who bought a RAZR with a lovely 2 or 3-year contract, you’re really outdated now! Improvements include new camera, microSD slot so your phone can play more than two songs, and probably the same disgusting interface we have all come to [...]
[Digg it] There was an article posted on Monday July 17 on Computerworld that, in summary, stated that “The IT worker of 2010 won’t be a technology guru but rather a ‘versatilist.’” – more involvement with the finer points of presentation and people skills. Talk about huge applause and backlash! Once this article was slashdotted [...]
Its been awhile since I’ve drooled over a console system (last one really was the N64, not even a PS or PS2), but the Nintendo Wii… Go watch the Fresh Experiences video on their official, but not formally launched, Nintendo Wii website. I’m definately buying it.
Posted in Normal on Jul 18th, 2006
Alexander Kjerulf at Positive Sharing writes an insightful article, reasoning why being a slave to your customers is not the greatest option for a company. It focuses on the employee and its role for delivering service, rather than the “the customer is the only reason why you exist” mentality. If you work and have customers [...]
Aww, crap. Well, depends how you look at it.
I was catching up on some readings from Creating Passionate Users when I ran into a link about a topic very interesting, from the Crossroads Dispatches dated some time ago. There’s a practice called “Death Meditation” in Tibetan monasteries. The idea you get in your mind when you hear that phrase is probably lying down [...]
What a view! So this comes a bit late… But I went camping during the Canada Day long weekend for the first ever time of my life, and was it great! Went camping with a bunch of friends up to Yoho, east of Lake Louise and just inside BC! We have lots of pictures up [...]
If you’re obsessed with puzzles, Google hosted a puzzle championship a few weeks ago! These puzzles are stupidly tough, geared towards those math and comp-sci gurus, but the puzzles will appeal to anyone with an addiction for frustration. You can download the official test here (password: jag1511), the solutions here (don’t ruin it for yourself!). Also, be [...]