Let me start out by saying that this article isn’t going to be a “how-to” on do-it-yourself upgrades. Consider it a recommendation as to what you might consider doing to improve the performance of your work computer. It is ever so true that no matter how fast your computer is, after awhile it seems slow, even if it hasn’t really slowed down. The two biggest improvements Continue reading
This week I learned about Tony Verna’s contribution to sports broadcasting and how it ultimately changed the rules as several sports are currently played. Tony passed away Sunday, January 18, 2015 at the age of 81, but his legacy lives on. Continue reading
Good morning! Here’s hoping for a safe and happy 2015 to readers and followers alike!
On this last day of 2014, I’d like to take the time to thank my collection of loyal followers for a great blogging year. The folks at WordPress, the hosts of my blogsite, have provided me with an annual report. Though they made it possible for me to share that report in its entirety, I decided instead to highlight and share links to my favorite blogs and feature a gallery of my favorite photos of 2014. Continue reading
This week, Jen H. asks us to share our photos of twinkling light. The challenge is simple; you can read the entire challenge post here. The image above is my obvious choice, taken especially for this challenge. Continue reading
To all of you who follow my blog and celebrate the U.S. holiday of Thanksgiving, Lynn and I wish you safe travels for the holiday and wherever your future travels take you.
John and Lynn Steiner
Department of Credit Where Credit Is Due
It wouldn’t be a good idea to start off my first blog post by plagiarizing someone else’s blog title. It just so happens that Bob’s blog was one of the catalysts for beginning this blog series, along with my son, Joshua, who blogs on The People’s Press Project (The People’s Palate). Continue reading