Tagged: government

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pride: Army on DADT

Not sure how I hadn’t noticed this before, but the Army actually has a webpage devoted to the details of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT) and its repeal…

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work: this is getting to be a habit

I gotta say, it’s been a pretty good few months for this new building. 43rd President, 44th First Lady and today the 44th President and Vice-President. From what I understand, historically, these visits are a pretty big deal since the...

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All this fuss over a number!

Even though I had to sort of set aside today to take care of some chores and business, I am actually enjoying my time off. The staycation, so far, is a success. The main errand from today, however, was a...

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Ignorance is Strength

In yet another effort to simultaneously move us closer and take us back to “1984”, the current administration is making changes to the language of some federal agencies. There are good reasons for it, but it does reinforce the fact...

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What the heck am I doing here?

Well I had a headache last night so went to bed early listening to Brian Eno – Ambient 1 and I guess it resulted in some really good sleep. I got up this morning and looked out the window to...

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Well I’ve had better mug shots

I am very glad to be employed. I am glad that the government doesn’t yet have a lot of people trained in web development so that they hire contractors. However… I am not glad that the badge photos they take...

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pissed

Let me apologize now if any future entries made from the office come out with bad formatting as the EPA has decided that my page is now a blocked site. I tried to access it and I got the EPA’s...

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User-friendly is the new Lazy

I didn’t post my frustrations about the Notes development yesterday, but. I built the survey application, from scratch, made it Notes and Web accessible, and then I’m told that it’s too much for the users to do. I don’t know...