Big Data for Defense and Intel

24 September 2014

Presenting at the Big Data for Defense and Intel[/caption]Excellent experience today – Selected to present at the Big Data for Defense and Intelligence, and Homeland Security Symposium today. Technology Training Corporation hosted and led the conference. My presentation was a special dual presentation entitled, “Decision Point Analytics” and “The Role of the Interpreter.” In short, […]

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I was a speaker at PAWGOV – 2014

18 September 2014

I was honored to have the opportunity to speak at the Predictive Analytics World for Government this past Tuesday. My talk was not a hard science/math discussion. Rather, my presentation was about people … people I call “The Interpreters”. Interpreters are the people who understand the mission of the organization and have sufficient technical capability […]

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Maker’s Mark Bourbon Tour

3 July 2012

Where do you live? What is there around you that you know is there, but you never seem to have the time? We got here in March and are taking advantage of family visits to see interesting things around Elizabethtown, KY. Places like Loretto, KY that is the home of a National Landmark, the Maker’s […]

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First Sunday RIDE

29 April 2012

Remember the “Sunday Drive”? Today, we went for a Sunday Ride on our Burgman Scooter. It was not only our first Sunday Rode, but our first ride together. Having spent the last month riding solo, including a trip to NKU of 2.25 hours each direction on the interstate, and accruing more than 700 miles experience, […]

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Sleeping Girls

28 April 2012

At night, I cover my Burgman 400 scooter, so I do not get a wet backside in the morning… Especially this time of year with the early morning dew. Here are the two girls… Vicki, Magda’s Ford Escape (that I named – hehe), and… Wait! OMG! What am I going to name my scooter? All […]

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Second Mode of Transportation

7 April 2012

Living in DC, we did not need a vehicle most of the time between walking and the Metro. Could walk the 1 mile to work and out for drinks in the evening. Here in Kentucky, we need not just our car, for the 15 miles each way to work, but also a second vehicle. What […]

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Foxconn, Apple, and Political Correctness

30 March 2012

Why does the rest of the world supposedly dislike the USA??? Funny … I bet the Foxconn employees would say they dislike the USA because we try to apply our rules of employment against them. This article discusses how the employees at Foxconn are upset because they are only allowed to work 36 hours of […]

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