Archive for November, 2010

November 18, 2010 0

NYC: More Downtown & 6th Avenue

By in Recreation

The height of the modern NYC financial district:

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November 15, 2010 0

A Server Room is a Terrible Thing To Waste

By in Information Technology

Here are two “before and after” images of a server room installation I performed last week. I put in an estimate for cable runs for the high voltage and “overflow” CAT 6 lines. I expect them to arrive next week.

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November 14, 2010 0

Why I Do IT II

By in Information Technology

I received this excerpt from an email I received this morning after having just returned from New York:

I would also like to point out how incredible Cooper was. The fact alone
that he was willing to stay in NYC for two weeks in order to get us set up
was amazing. He was always in the best mood and gave Scott and I hands on
training so that we can work on the new network, and trouble shoot problems.
Nothing but great things to say about him. True pleasure to have on the
team and was invaluable.

I find it hard to imagine a better group of people to work with.

November 8, 2010 0

ANN Presentation

By in Artificial Nerual Networks

Here’s a sneak preview of my Advanced Topics ANN presentation I’m giving in Portland on the 19th:

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November 6, 2010 0

NYC III

By in Recreation

The amateur photographer in me begins to re-awaken. I found myself automatically moving through the stages of creating an image–like second nature. What I would’nt give for a few select lenses, a tripod and some sunrises/sunsets…

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November 3, 2010 0

NYC II

By in Recreation

Here are a few more images. I hope to post an update soon…

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