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Author / Life Coach / Professional Presenter

Status: Member since June 26, 2008
Location: United States of America
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(Network+, MCSE, Server+, CTT+) has garnered other certification milestones such as IBM PSE and Microsoft MCT/ MCSE. This is the result of almost 40 years of "fussing with electronics." When not writing or teaching CompTIA, he is doing research. For some reason, day traders follow his entries here at TRCB.

Co-Author of GT Success* Express books. Speaker @ SMBNation, ETA-I.
Co-founder of TcatU.net (WA State Vo-Tech School).
CTT trainer.
Creator of http://Travel4RoadWarriors.com
Co-creator of http://www.trcb.com
Author/editor for http://www.TotalRecallPress.com
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The Authors Guild is suggesting Amazon's Kindle 2 is harming authors.
Technology that seems too good to be true, or buried is all too common. The EETimes has filed a report sure to make Washington DC, Sacramento, California and all the car manufacturers very happy.
Photo Frames maybe infected with nasty software. The San Francisco Chronicle found digital photo frames from a number of the major retailers, infected.
A feature by feature comparison. Yes, I'm happy with Skype. And...
Are the Microsoft layoffs a fancy way to shave its debit to its best employee?
Wal-Mart has taken on web shopping, as one might expect Wal-Mart to. Something that really works.
Silicon Valley chip maker Marvell, says a new Android phone is coming. Will it hold up to the Palm Pre?
Getting interviews and not The Job? Here are the simple time proven solutions.
The switch to Digital Television is forcing a decision. With not so great economic times, what are your choices? You have several.
25 Years ago DARPANet became TCP/IP. We don't have to look 25 years forward to see where the 'sister' protocol, Ethernet is going. TeraBit Ethernet?
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