Tech

Another Reason to Care About Microsoft Dropping XP Support

With more than 30% of the marketshare of computer systems out there still working off of Windows XP, Microsoft dropping support is a problem being overlooked. And really, why should the general population care? Computer is working fine so why should I change? I’ve written about the change on my blog in the past, but now Microsoft has announced that…

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Personal

My Favorites of 2013

2013 was a wonderful year for me. So much positive experiences has happened this year and is leading into a great looking 2014. I had a blast with my growing family with another baby expected toward the end of next summer. My wife quit her job to do photography full time and has been killing it. School is going great…

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Personal

So Long 2013, and Thanks For All The Memories

In many ways, 2013 was the best year of my life. While it does have a few setbacks (anyone need a house, or know a way to take care of my parents health issues?) it has been filled with so many positive memories. The best was watching my daughter Alexandria growing up. Learning how to sit-up, crawl, walk, throw fits,…

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Books

My Final Book of 2013: The Kite Runner

I wrote some quick thoughts on Goodreads about this book. I love that website and plan on taking the 2014 Book challenge reading 30 books by the end of the year. Here are my thoughts on The Kite Runner: This book is amazing. I had no idea what to expect out of The Kite Runner except it was a hit…

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Tech

How to Start Better Protecting Your Computers

We are coming up on a new year, which means it might be time to start thinking about beefing up security on your computer systems. It seems like a waste to some, but almost every client I get realizes that they waited too long before taking charge and it caused them headaches they could have avoided. If you own a…

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