Almost all modern languages rely on word order to convey meaning. Were I to say, “the ball fell,” you’d know what I meant. I’m talking about a ball, and something it did, which was to fall. If I said, “the fell ball,” I’d be conveying an entirely different meaning, that of a ball which is …
Concrete. Yeah, concrete.
Joey asks: I know you love Disney Parks – how come? I love concise questions! (use the “HMU” link at the top of this page to send yours.)
I’m in the midst of writing Let’s Talk Business, and I’d like a very small (3-5) number of reviewers. Read on – I’ve some specific requirements.
I recently read an article on our local Fox affiliate (FOX5) about AirBnB operating in Nevada. Go ahead and read the article, and develop an opinion.
If you happened to read the recent article about what the AT&T CEO said about their “5Ge” service, you may have been confused by his words. I’ve excerpted his comments here and edited them for clarity.
An easy way to make light conversation, or meet new people, can be to have a few simple bar games up your sleeve.
Nelson asks: Reading books versus watching videos or a combination of both to evolve in your career? I am actually trying to evolve in my career as a Windows Systems Administrator and since a few months already, I am trying to learn the most I can about PowerShell. I feel that I am in low …