The Samurai of Spoken Word have an event coming up where we're going to be playing a party game called Cards Against Humanity team trivia style. I'm excited for several reasons. First of all, it's going to be a hoot juut because the game rocks. (It's best described as Apples to Apples for people going to hell.) But, I also get to use my own home made deck AND be the MC for the night. I can't wait for the 28th.
January 24, 2013
January 23, 2013
My mom had to make the painful decision to have her dog, Daphne, put to sleep yesterday. During the course of a discussion about both Daph's life, and my mom's fondness for spoiling her animals, I remembered the following story. I wanted to write it down before I forgot about it and it was lost to the ages.
January 4, 2013
If there’s one assumption in the help desk environment that’s as close to universally accepted as you can get, it’s that the younger a person is, the more adept they will be at picking up new technology. I’ve worked with plenty of users who seem to fit the stereotype for their age group. I’ve talked with young people who are fresh out of college, and all you have to do is tell them in IT lingo what they need to do and they’re on the fix like white on rice. I’ve had older people who’s hearing aids are whistling feedback into the phone not understand a single word I’ve told them and had them hang up in frustration. So yes, the stereotype exists because there are people that it applies to. But, be careful to assume that it’s one size fits all.