Over the past eighteen months I have written a couple of articles about Toronto Mayor (and News Talk 1010 radio host) Rob Ford. In the first one (Leave Mayor Ford Alone!) I came to his defense when people took a video of him leaving a fast food restaurant and made fun of him (he was … Continue reading Mayor Ford: It’s time to go.
The calendar has turned in Tokyo. Although there are a few hours left in North America, here it is now Friday, and more importantly it is November. I got in late from a Halloween party in Shibuya… the whole city was a crazy place tonight, and I have the pictures to prove it (they come … Continue reading Thank you readers and Happy Halloween!!
Okay I admit it… it seems I have not been paying attention, because I just found a personalized dashboard on Air Canada’s Aeroplan page that seems really helpful. I wish I would have known about it sooner, because it really does appear quite useful! In fact, I have used it today to prove that fact! … Continue reading Altitude Dashboard
The Microsoft Store in Toronto's Yorkdale Mall is the hottest address for technology in the Greater Toronto Area. People have been coming from all over to see what's new, ranging from Windows 8 laptops, all-in-ones, Windows Phone 8 devices, and especially the new Microsoft Surface tablet, the hottest device on the market today. Of course … Continue reading The Microsoft Store for Business… Ask Caden!
On July 5th I published an article titled A Response to VMware’s ‘Get the Facts’ page comparing vSphere to Hyper-V & System Center’. In the seven weeks since it went live it has become the 4th most read article I have ever published (in seven years as a blogger), as well as being by far the … Continue reading It’s Coming… Can we now compare Hyper-V with vSphere as both new products prepare for launch?
I cannot count how many people have come to me and asked how they could become a Microsoft Certified Trainer(MCT). I have said many times that I consider it among my most valuable credentials, and well worth the yearly fee. If you are one of those who would like to become one, then read on… … Continue reading Wanna be an MCT? Read on!
Yesterday was a dichoto-day. If I made that word up, it is what it sounds like – a day that was a mix of good and bad. I want to clarify at the outset that this had nothing to do with work, which was fine (I am teaching a class at TekSource Corporate Learning this … Continue reading Sixteen Days Out – a summary
This week finds me in three areas that I have heard people disparage: Salt Lake City, where I met some of the nicest people in the world and, more importantly, where I did not meet anyone who wasn't as nice as could be! Even when spending my free afternoon at Temple Square, nobody tried to … Continue reading Preconceived Notions