Author Archives: @jmproffitt
The news is getting out, slowly, via Twitter. I’m returning to Alaska after a failed experiment in St. Louis. I’ll be back in Anchorage, working as an IT Project Manager for a small firm that works primarily with healthcare and … Continue reading
While Gotham is at the science fair, I’m banging the prom queen behind the woodshop. via mcsweeneys.net I hated Comic Sans until this monologue. Thanks to John Gruber (@gruber) for the find.
The trouble started in January… Click the link above for the harrowing tale of moving 4,000 miles only to find the job wasn’t a good fit, then suddenly re-entering the job market.
via flickr.com Here I am, less than 24 hours from departure from Alaska and I just wanted to mention that the moving saga will be captured online at a new blog: It Came From the North. I’ll do my best … Continue reading
…while most people have entered the digital world, participation falls off sharply as complexity increases. For example, 93% of respondents have a digital camera, but less than a third use digital photo-sharing tools. Similarly, 92% of respondents have a cell … Continue reading
Apple endured its darkest days during the early 1990s, when the PC had lost its original magic and turned into a drab, utilitarian tool. Buyers flocked to Dell’s cheap, beige boxes. Computing back then was all about the programs. Now, … Continue reading