…. a Tiny Take is a Micro Take, only smaller… Continue reading Monkey Tiny Take – What Happened to Snooze on my Apple Watch Alarm?
…”It took me a few weeks to clean everything up but in the end, it allowed me to take two personas: the guy you absolutely need employed at your organization and my informal social media presence. Let not one cross the other!…” Continue reading Your New Career – Part 3: Social Media Presence
“…make sure you research an organization before you apply for a job there. What’s happened recently? Did they just get acquired? What’s their financial position? What earnings (losses) did they report the last quarter? …” Continue reading Your New Career – Part 2: Your Toolset
“…the frustration of using a HotSpot on an IOS device to provide network support to another device…” Continue reading Monkey Quick Take – My IOS Hotspot Keeps Disconnecting!
…Oh that feeling. That same feeling as when you think your iPhone is in your back-pocket, you reach back there and… nothing! … Continue reading Monkey Quick Take – “I Can’t Find My Apple Pencil!” Oh but you can…
In 2017, on 12/12 at around 12 noon, I found myself suddenly unemployed after 23 years dedicated to a single organization. Continue reading Coming Soon – Diary of a Job Search
As technology and financial bubbles go, there’s nothing that feels more like a bubble right now than the mayhem associated … Continue reading What’s all the Hubub about Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency?
…I spent literally five hours searching and trying different things until the issue was resolved…. Continue reading Fix: Mac OS X Won’t Save Your WiFi Password
…”the worst is when someone emails you and then picks up the phone to discuss the email they just sent you. “Justifiable homicide” comes to mind…” Continue reading The Unrivaled Leader : Part 7 – Answering Email is Not Productivity!
..if you setup your own iCloud email account, then you’ll want to download email from your account to a thick client (most likely) – here’s how… Continue reading Monkey Techno Quick Take – Apple Two Factor ID with non-Apple Mail Clients