Business & Work

New Computer

27 November, 2007 Ken Business & WorkEveryday Life

The last couple weeks I’ve been playing musical chairs with the computers.  The guest machine went to a dear friend who needed it; mine is sitting at the guest machine’s desk, ready for reformatting and reinstalling of everything; my new one is here, almost completely ready after moving over every conceivable file , setting, and […]

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LinkedIn & Other Sites

27 October, 2007 Ken Business & Work

To expand my networking, I finally started using my LinkedIn account, looking up anyone and everyone I could think of.  It really made me take an inventory of how few people I really know (compared to what most people would think) but then again, a lot of them simply aren’t online as much or just […]

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Some Days …

17 October, 2007 Ken Business & WorkEveryday LifeReligion & Spirituality

Today I rescheduled my Tai Chi class to be able to go to a BNI meeting in Dunkirk / Fredonia.  Half-asleep at the wheel and in the dark, I used the EZ-Pass lane by mistake and now have to wait for a violation notice to resolve it.  However, it was a good meeting and I […]

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Godspell

2 October, 2007 Ken Business & WorkFamily & PersonalReligion & Spirituality

My daughter will be playing a stripper-or-something-or-other as one of the lead players in Godspell this Fall.  I think I liked it better when she was a nun in Sound of Music, but it’s a step up from being a horse in Man of La Mancha, I suppose. I didn’t know what to do for […]

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It’s Official – Fisher Park Apartments

1 October, 2007 Ken Business & WorkEveryday LifeFamily & Personal

Over the course of this last month, stewardship of my apartment complex passed hands from me to Todd, the now full-time maintenance person.  The owner has health issues that wont allow him to take care of a lot of the miscellaneous stuff at his properties, and the only way to provide full-time work for someone to take […]

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Better to be Loved …

1 August, 2007 Ken Business & WorkEveryday LifeFamily & Personal

At a networking social for BNI in Fredonia, an older gentleman, upon seeing my card, asked if I knew a Jerry Stuczynski.  This one connection was worth more than any business I could have gotten from the gathering. When I was little, my Dad worked in the Aerospace industry — he was Vice President of Finance […]

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Recapping a Bad Situation (Tai Chi Class)

12 January, 2006 Ken Business & WorkMartial Arts

This had been weighing on me even now that it’s over. A couple of you know the situation, some don’t. But I am always about setting the record straight. Or at least trying to. Some people who know me feel that I handled leaving my teaching situation badly. I think they are right. I purposely […]

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Pre-Blogging Journal: June 2003

30 June, 2003 Ken Business & WorkEveryday LifeFamily & PersonalWoodworking & Other Projects

Sunday, June 1st We’ve got a new parakeet to replace the one that died after a week just a couple of weeks ago.  Real friendly and doesn’t bite hard.  (Pardon the unintentional gesture.) It’s been raining almost non-stop and we missed any window to go camping, which Merry and I are both itching to do.  […]

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Pre-Blogging Journal: May 2003

31 May, 2003 Ken Business & WorkEveryday LifeFamily & Personal

Friday, May 16th, 2003 Last Saturday, Christina performed on stage at Shea’s Theatre, as part of the cast of high school production of “The Music Man”.  Their troupe did a review of the musical with no sets or costumes, and received the Kenny award for best lighting and special effects. Sid (the new landlord, son […]

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Pre-Blogging Journal: March 2003

31 March, 2003 Ken Business & WorkEveryday LifeFamily & Personal

Monday, March 3rd (“03/03/03”) Everything has settled down at the apartment complex.  Sid’s son, Sid Binks III, is the new landlord, and everything will continue business as usual for now.  It’s still freezing and single digits Fahrenheit most of the time.  I’m going stir crazy a bit.  Christina’s basketball season is over, in part because […]

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