Saturday, December 18, 2010

Phone update

It still will not work as an AP, and I discovered a couple of flaws like
the P on the keyboard would not work. Try telling people that your P will not work. Tends to be a problem.

Anyway the GPS would also not work.

After working with the local Nex-tech Wireless store, they fixed both! A hard reset, not the most pleasant experience, and some software update and working great. Now if I could use it as an AP it would be perfect!

Friday, December 17, 2010

Just a little while ago (Credited to Fair Play)

Fair Play was commenting how you never knew how good you had it until things change. It may have been just before you got sick, or just before your sewer backed up (In Fair Play's world)

Yet it is a good thought for all of us who do have our health and are well off.

It is that time of year to be thankful.

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

I can't get them to move?

Recently I have heard of a couple of boards, companies and such with leaders who have made comments like "I just can't get them to move, give direction or approve what I want to do"

This to me looks like a leadership void. If you are noticing this and are in a position of power, maybe it is time for you to grab the reigns and provide direction. In some way this is how you define leadership.

Many times you will not be able to find people to lead, you have to be the leader. Enough complaining about the lack of leadership, become one.

Monday, December 13, 2010

Parker turns 2

Well ok, not until the 23rd but his birthday party was Sat. We got up early and drove to KC to celebrate his day, then came home that evening. Was a quick day, however I think all involved had a good day. Our boys were very good for having to spend all that time in the car. However now with Zune's, DVD, iPad and more I should really start calling it the rolling home entertainment mobile.

It was good seeing all them play in the bounce house. (It was in the garage) only one bloody lip and little crying, yet they were all boys and a little rough necking was good.

The wind was insane for most of the trip, somewhere between 30 and 55 MPH. Nothing like sleeping in your own bed.