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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
Author http://www.StudyExam4Less.com
Author http://www.GetCertify4Less.com

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Many Search engine offers for discounted software look like a wolf in a sheepskin.
Cost cutting for the airline industry has hit the point of laughter (beats crying).
City governments poor application and misuse of laws costing citzens money and putting security at risk.
A Spam email using Fear Uncertainty and Doubt (FUD) designed to get you to register your trademark - domain name in China and elsewhere.
A look at Vonage Pro, what is does and what it doesn't. A review with options
A look at the future of Microsoft Windows as it relates to Security, User Acceptance, and the Wall Street Performance as it relates to Microsoft.
Do you experience Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) and not even know it? If you notice frequent burning, tingling, or itching numbness in the palm of the hand and the fingers, you have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
Travel portals sometimes don't show a super low price. It may not really be available, or include taxes.
MIT provides the 2nd and final link to "green" energy via hydrogen.
Another DRM based Music Store is closing. What happens to what you paid for?