OK. I will admit it. I am all about the shoes. For the last few years, I have been wearing Ariat’s Aptos all summer. They are the most comfortable shoe I’ve ever worn. I bought at least one pair every year, in black and wore them out by the end of the summer. I bought […]
Sean O’Driscoll, the General Manager of the Microsoft MVP Program, has published the list of ‘secret criteria’ used to determine whether someone is MVP material. I have to say that a large number of them apply to me – I’m not going to say which ones. [H]
This weekend I booked two trips to Oak Island, NC, to spend some time with my parents. I booked a long weekend in May and a week in July. In May the weather will be like summer is here in Connecticut; in July it will just be very hot. Last summer my parents were still […]
Here’s a group shot taken of the FrontPage MVPs at one of our platform sessions with the Expression Web Product Group, along with April Spence, our MVP Lead. I think the FrontPage MVPs are the best – we all get along so well – online and in person.
<TABLE class="" id=table1 cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width="100%" border=0 > While I was in Seattle, I got a chance to spend some time at Fry’s Electronics, the store, not the web site. If you ever get a chance to go, don’t pass it up, and plan on spending a lot of time there. They even have a […]
When I first set up my home office, I bought one of those good looking “Executive Chairs” – I thought it would be better than sitting all day on a dining room chair. Well, it was better, but not good for me or my back. The only adjustment I could make to it was the […]
The 2007 Microsoft MVP Global Summit is being held from March 12 to 15 in Seattle and Redmond, Washington. There are about 3,500 MVPs worldwide and at last count, approximately 60% of them are attending this year. It will be great to see old friends and make new ones and put faces to the names […]