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2010 Recap

1 January, 2011 Ken Business & WorkEveryday LifeFamily & PersonalParkviewPhotography

The big event this year in my life was the passing of LadyBug.  It hit me a lot harder than I would have imagined, and still does.  I did a lot more writing this year, almost all blogging based on Facebook discussions, which I spent quite a bit of time on.  As written earlier, I […]

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A long end of the year …

27 December, 2010 Ken Business & WorkEveryday LifeParkview

The holidays were great, excepting my battle over the stresses of the ridiculousness of recent politics and lamenting various other injustices.  (I really should stop reading the news.)   But the last couple months were much more trying. When my hard drive first crashed, I was quite grateful that I had an online backup of my […]

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Where Did the Summer Go?

4 September, 2010 Ken Business & WorkEveryday LifeFamily & PersonalParkviewWoodworking & Other Projects

Lately, when people ask me what I’ve been up to, I’m a bit puzzled myself how to respond.  My wife says I should say “fine” and leave it at that, but it always causes me to think back and answer the question, at least in my own mind. I’ve been somewhat busy, and I know […]

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Another Test Entry

15 November, 2009 Ken Business & WorkUncategorized

This one is generated by the “BlogDesk” client I’m experimenting with to manage multiple blogs. {edited for testing}

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Ken Headhunts, Part Deux

23 July, 2009 Ken Business & Work

I’m seriously looking for a sales guy/gal again.  My last one just decided to play bartender the moment the business cards were dry.  If only people knew and understood what I was really offering, they’d jump at the chance to be that person.  Yes, my kingdom for the right sales person. I just want someone […]

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The Nigerian Invasion

17 July, 2009 Ken Business & WorkUncategorized

I have never gotten more “Nigerian Scam” emails in nearly any year as these last few days.  Seriously, are there that many stupid people to make it worth their while?  We need to make it a crime to fall for scams if we can’t take out the criminals.  And then apply it to spam — if […]

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Email to the Dead

29 June, 2009 Ken Business & WorkFamily & PersonalReligion & Spirituality

I didn’t write about this months ago when it happened, as I wanted everything to settle down and then had other matters to attend to among the living.  Bob Kell, Jr., my friend (and accountant / networking associate) passed away earlier this year.  (On an odd note, he was just putting together the taxes that […]

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Ever wonder where?

29 June, 2009 Ken Business & WorkEveryday LifeFamily & PersonalReligion & Spirituality

It never amazes me how deep the roots are of our personal values.  But unlike those who would rather be totally self-deterministic in some false sense of empowerment for its own sake, I would rather embrace them as consistent personality strengths and weaknesses I can make the best of. Why bring this up?  I asked […]

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Email: Down for the Count

19 March, 2009 Ken Business & WorkEveryday Life

Last weekend, my .pst file (Outlook) reached and exceeded the 2Gb limit — a limit I neither knew existed nor knew it was coming.  I knew my saved email archive was huge, but didn’t realize I had to split it so badly. Somehow, it preserved my schedule, and I recovered the address book through Thunderbird.  […]

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Gearing Up

22 January, 2009 Ken Business & WorkEveryday LifeParkview

It’s been snowing more on than off for so many days, i don’t remember when it started.  We had a brief thaw, then back to adding a couple feet of white all around. I haven’t done much house stuff in spite of buying the 60-gallon aquarium to replace our aspirations for a wood stove.  We […]

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