rivercrow on May 11th, 2007

Well, I admit my child site failed. Big deal. Scrap it, and start over. I need a place for personal marketing, so I think I will reuse the domain for that.

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rivercrow on April 12th, 2007

What forums have over blogs is the immediacy of conversation. There’s usually someone around on a well-populated board who’s willing to reply to whatever gets posted. There comes a time when you want your own space. Either you make a long personal thread or you strike out on your own blog. (For me, the retreat […]

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rivercrow on April 9th, 2007

Sherlock by Everett Kaser Software has been one of my favorite games for over eight years. Sherlock offers more computerized logic problems than you can shake a stick at. Logic problems are those puzzles where you draw a grid and sort out who has red-hair and lives in the brown house with the pink car. […]

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rivercrow on March 15th, 2007

Information security has become more of a buzz-phrase lately. It seems I keep running into technicians who are eager to make the leap into what appears to be a more lucrative field, but who lack a firm grasp of what info sec is really about. At first glance, info sec seems to be simply the […]

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rivercrow on March 15th, 2007

I’ve been thinking about innovative cultures. I’ve been in a few–marketing departments, magazines, art school–so I do have a vague idea what an innovative culture looks and feels like. I also can recognize one that isn’t. For starters, productivity is not the same as creativity. I can work all day at manufacturing things, but if […]

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