I’ve been quiet lately because I haven’t had much internet time the last few days. I staying busy checking out the city during the Solidworks Conference. I listened to Steve Wozniak this morning during the keynote speech and I have sat through a whole bunch of break-out sessions on design.
I’m flying out tomorrow for New Orleans for SolidWorks World. I’ll be there through Wednesday night. It should be an interesting trip. Jennifer has decided to fly down on Monday night (she couldn’t stand to be that far away from the kids for any longer). We’ve already made reservations at
I’m planning on attending two conferences in the next few months. First, I am heading down to the Big Easy, New Orleans, for an engineering conference. SolidWorks World 2007 will be Feb 4th-7th. Sitting through 3 days of seminars and training courses with a bunch of engineers sounds like fun,
I want to introduce a new feature here on FaithEngineer. From time to time I am planning on doing some church technology tutorials. I have stumbled and fumbled my way through learning how to do some things that could help churches on a shoestring budget. My heart really goes out
One of the best ways to keep up with a blog, especially if you don’t utilize a feedreader, is to subscribe through email. Just a quick reminder that you can do that here. Since my posting schedule is a little crazy, this will help you save time by not checking
I am playing around with Google Docs & Spreadsheets . Way cool. You can post directly to your blog from it. And you can even add labels. It’s also a great way to work with drafts before publishing them. It is especially helpful, if your workplace utilizes a proxy server
I feel relieved to have my laptop back. Last Saturday night, my laptop just died. It wouldn’t turn on, it wouldn’t post, the hard drive wouldn’t spin-up, it just flat out died. Since I use the computer to run the video projection system at church, it was not good timing.