Each year that goes by seems to make getting a family picture more difficult. The planets finally aligned this afternoon, and we got something that might work for a while. This is what it started out like, but through the wonders of Photoshop we’ll use it in other contexts and with other backgrounds. Like the new blog header above.
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Today I was a guest on Digital Nation Radio with Tim Taylor (WFLA 540 am at 2:00 pm EDT) and talked about the different portable computing options available now. There are some really cool things you can do with your iPod or USB flash drive these days!
My interest in this began about a year ago when Russ Licht gave me a secured (encrypted) USB flash drive that he configured with a suite of programs that ran from the flash drive. At the time he called this the Mobile Office Project, but later the name changed to MCX (Mobile ConneXion). Last month I delivered a batch of “MCX drives” to our volunteers in Central Asia.
The best family toy we ever had didn’t pass the approval of our FORMER homeowner’s insurance policy, so we had to take it down. Recent changes with State Farm allowed us to switch to them, save money, and re-assemble the big toy. Thank you, State Farm and Jim Ackerman (our State Farm agent and friend)! We’re all a happier bunch now.