Being Penny Wise and CRM Foolish

I got a call from a potential client the other day who wanted help in converting his existing databases into the latest version of ACT; he was a long-time ACT user and had accumulated over 20 databases.  He then went on to explain that unless I could match the...

Keep It Simple, Stupid!

Many years ago my husband and I attempted to wallpaper our dining room.  Of course it didn’t help that we began work on this DIY project two weeks before Thanksgiving and were under a time crunch.  I carefully set up a table in the garage where we applied the paste...

It’s A Smaller World Than We Think

I recently ran across a wonderful story in the Washington Post about two high school kids who stumbled across an abandoned baby on their way home from school 20 years ago.  The baby, only hours old when the kids found her, were ultimately turned over to authorities....

Let Me Sell You Some Swamp Land in Florida

I love my tennis buddies even if they are a bit technically challenged.  Take away their AOL accounts and they’d never be able to access e-mail; to them a browser is someone who’s not yet ready to make a purchase.  I found it quite interesting that lately many of them...
Fathers Don’t always Know Best

Fathers Don’t always Know Best

My twenty-three year old daughter was home for the holidays.  Hard as it is to believe, my “baby” is now a college graduate.  Of course the start of a new decade left me thinking about the technological changes that have occurred over the span of a decade – and how...