Category: From Original Site

Posts that were migrated from the original site and don’t follow the link structure from the original site.

Finding Your Path

 (2-17-2015 – Note:  This was posted on the original site and thehighcalling.org website.  This did not make it over from the original site and was lost when the hosting data disappeared.  Fortunately I was able to bring it back thanks to it

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Dell Data Protection Breaks Windows Installer….And You Can’t Uninstall It…Here is the Quick and Dirty Solution

Dell’s Data Safe software suite comes comes on a lot of Dell PC’s.  Revo Uninstaller can install it 50% of the time but not all the time. There is a quick and dirty way to get rid of the error

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Perspective

Reality and popular opinion today is something crafted by Hollywood and Washington.  More often than not there is nothing “real” about it. The truth is not always black and white, Republican or Democrat. Happiness is not when the world and

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Review of the Buffalo DriveStation Axis USB 3.0 3TB External Hard Drive

I have always been impressed with Buffalo products. And the 3TB USB 3.0 DriveStation Axis was no exception. The unit is well packed and arrived to me in perfect condition from Amazon.com. I plugged it in and Windows 7 identified

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Life Automated – Confessions From My Disorganized Life

I have been working on this side project for the radio station.  The goal of the project is to have something to deliver an audio stream of older music from our music library that our listener might like to hear

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Like a Rolling Stone…

I wonder how much my lack of action on some things in my life has caused greater problems for me down the road.  “I’ll get around to it” or “I will take care of that soon” is more often heard

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My Memories of the Future – Star Trek: The Next Generation turns 25

  Twenty-Five years ago I was a ten year old full-fledged Trekker well versed in Star Trek history and lore.  I think by then I had seen all of the entire original series episodes.   By this time I had already

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Book Review – Quantum: Einstein, Bohr, and the Great Debate about the Nature of Reality

           In Quantum: Einstein, Bohr, and the Great Debate about the Nature of Reality by Manjit Kumar we are taken on an exciting journey through the history of Physics over the last 150 year.  Kumar takes

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Atlas Shrugged – Book Review – Political Commentary

Another great book for your summer reading list and a timely addition to it considering the political climate we are in right now is Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged.  Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged is a fantastic piece of fiction that even though it was written

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The International Spy Museum – A Tourist’s Review

     My wife and I along with my parents visited the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC on Friday July 6th, 2012.  It was one of the hottest days of the summer for the Washington, DC metro area.  The

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