Are You Vista Capable?

Following my last article on Microsoft’s Windows Vista operating system and its review from the New York Times I felt that I should provide my own insight into the state of Windows Vista. I have been using Windows Vista for almost a year now. I am an IT professional and an early adopter of most […]

NY Times vs. MS Windows Vista

People often wonder why I am so adamantly opposed to the established journalistic media outlets. Often people will claim that some papers, such as the “illustrious” New York Times or the Wall Street Journal, are exceptions to the continuing trend of soft journalism. But I contend that these two papers may actually be some of […]

March 4, 2008: Microsoft’s East Coast Launch Event

Today is the New York City launch of the Microsoft 2008 product line. The official initial launch was held in Los Angeles last week but today was the kick off of the east coast tour. For those of you who have never been to a Microsoft launch event it includes all day seminars and classes […]

February 8, 2008: Dominica Finally Sees the Hudsucker Proxy

Boy was I tired this morning. Good thing that it is Friday. I am looking forward to having some time to get things done over the weekend. My class at RIT expects the work for the class to be done between Monday and Friday which is rough but at least it pretty much guarantees that […]

Non-Measurable Organizational Value

In addition to the concept of the Measurable Organizational Value or MOV metric that I discussed several days ago, I believe that we need to look at its contrary “metric” – Non-Measurable Organizational Value or NMOV. Non-Measurable Organizational Value is the concept of corporate benefit being derived from a project that is inherently non-measurable. To […]