The IRS Scandal – An IT Guy’s Take

In case you aren’t up on the news, Lois Learner, the ex-IRS official at the center of the investigation of the IRS’ targeting of non-profit groups, had a computer crash. Coming from an IT guy myself: Folks, this happens.  That’s … Read More

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5 Biggest Tech Myths

The following was taken from the Fox News Website. The URL is at the bottom of the post. I can’t say these are my biggest myths, but I definitely agree with all of them. Especially #3 & #5. –Joel Porozynski … Read More

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Fitting words for Election 2012

From the east to the west blow the trumpet to arms! Through the land let the sound of it flee. Let the far and the near all unite, with a cheer, In defense of our Liberty Tree. -Thomas Paine, 1775

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Israel-Day Twelve

This was a very uninteresting day, simply because we woke up really early in the morning and went to the airport to fly home.  It was an eight hour flight, and we arrived home somewhere around mid-afternoon I think. And … Read More

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Israel-Day Eleven

We left our hotel in Jerusalem for the last time.  We drove by some national buildings including the Parliament (Knesset) building. Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial We spent several thoughtful hours at Jerusalem’s Holocost Memorial.  We were not allowed to bring … Read More

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Israel-Day Ten

City of David excavations The City of David is surrounded on 2 sides by valleys.  David took use of this as a stronghold of Zion.  The Palace of David has been found, with large terraced retaining walls holding it up … Read More

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