What’s in a confused mind?

I‘m not going to try to break any new ground with this blog. To break new ground I would need think myself some kind of revolutionary genius, and, quite frankly, I’m not that. I’m not a genius; I’m not revolutionary; And I’m not ego-centric enough to think that I could evolve the world of blogging to a new world order. No, like many of you reading this right now, I’m a simple mind – a confused mind at times – and, as such, my goal is simply to stand on the pinacle of what others have built and shout.

Put simply, this blog will be comprised of my technology revelations – a compilation of all those little “Ah-Ha’s” that each one of us has every day, but frequently don’t take the time to write down. What you’ll find here are the kind of “Ah-Ha’s” that might save you some time researching the web. Or, even better, the kind of “Ah-Ha’s” that answer those nagging questions that fester and stew for months or even years – you know the questions I’m talking about – they’re the ones that feed a vague fog of IT mis-knowledge in the back of your mind – that fog that tugs at your brain’s “Oh, no” muscle whenever a so-called IT superhero broaches that topic.

I will attempt, in my rather dimwitted, simplistic way, to clarify what is fuzzy, blurry, and disconnected, like a daily dose of Claritin-D. I don’t think in a complicated way, so you won’t find complicated revelations. Rather, they will speak in a language you know and help make connections to the things you already understand. In my blog, I’ll also attempt to answer questions compiled from attendees at my presentations across the United States. My attendees ask great questions about Microsoft software, and so I’ll include them here – like an FAQ on whatever topic I’m presenting that quarter.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy my revelations, and I want to thank you in advance for spending your time with me and with Microsoft. Microsoft’s customers are the best in IT. I’ve always said that; I mean it; and it’s true. By the way, I’m also a gamer – so don’t be surprised if you see a bit of this mixed in.

Comments (3)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Wow, took me forever to read through all your blog posts…

    Great presentation today!  Lots of excellent info.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Went to Forefront event at the theater in Kansas City but wasn’t able to stay for long. Thanks for coming here and presenting the info.  Where can I go to get information about the presentation.  I missed pretty much the entire thing.



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