ESRI, the world's no 1 GIS company, has a Start Up program which provides software and training help to budding GIS companies. GIS is an exciting realm and I have been working on various GIS projects (using both open-source and ESRI software) since 2008. But since my disengagement from a previous employment my options to … Continue reading Alpha Objects is Now ESRI’s ‘Start Up’ Business!
I bought a TCL 43 inch one some months ago. It is sitting in our screened-in porch. I know, I know it's not supposed to be outside but the porch has a good roof which extends out over a foot, the tv is away from the screen a few feet AND we keep it covered … Continue reading TCL TVs: My Amazon Shipment Arrived Damaged!
I have a 12 mbps internet at home via AT&T UVerse. I find AT&T's service to be reliable and very good. Before that, it was Bell South DSL and that too was good. However, before switching from DSL to UVerse, I used to require the modem restarts about once every 10 days. So I seriously … Continue reading Replacing My Home Network’s Ageing UVerse Modem
This will be a short and even a pointless post! But here it is anyway. Over the last weekend, I started on washing my clothes. It was not a big load and so I put my Whirlpool washer (about 9 years old) on 'Small Load' setting. Or so I thought the setting was! Within a … Continue reading Scary Experience with my Whirlpool Clothes Washer!
I have a fantastic workstation at home: A Lenovo ThinkServer TS 440, something like this: View on Amazon but much more souped-up: 32 GB RAM, 2 SSD drives in a RAID 1 array as the drives for Windows 10 OS, 2 SSD drives for virtual machines and web content. I have all of these drives … Continue reading My Lenovo Workstation’s Failed RAID 1
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