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~ Friday, July 04, 2003

Career Column

Career-Op: All good things...
by Douglas E. Welch, ComputorEdge Magazine

While you often spend a lot of time focused on getting a new job or landing that next client, all good things must come to an end at some point. It is important to remember that how you leave a job is just as important has how you start one. If you have problems at the end of a relationship, it can damage your reputation and your entire high-tech career.



Free eBooks!

As you probably know by now, I am a book lover. I read a lot of books and keep my local library busy requesting titles from other branches.

In an effort to feed my addiction, and promote their Reader software, Microsoft is giving away 3 best-selling eBook titles each week. You need to download, install and register the software, but then you are able to read these books on your desktop, laptop or Pocket PC computer.

This week's free books include, Candy & Me by Hillary Liftin, Last to Die by James Grippando and A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson.

Check back next week for 3 new books.



A Perfect site for July 4th - Government Information Awareness

Based on the Total/Terrorism Information Awareness project floated a few months ago, MIT's Media Lab turns the data microscope inwards on the workings of the US Government.

An excellent resource!

~ Thursday, July 03, 2003


How to photograph fireworks is an neat guide for the novice "pyro-photographer."

Courtesy of the New York Institute of Photography.

~ Wednesday, July 02, 2003


Outdoor Picture Show at the IKEA Courtyard

Wednesday Evenings
Burbank IKEA

7p Festivities
830p Movie

July 9 -- Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
July 16 -- Chicken Run
July 23 -- Footloose
July 30 -- Legally Blonde
August 6 -- Jurassic Park
August 13 -- Shrek


The Art Group

This sounds like a neat group, with branches all over the US. I originally found them via a listing on CraigsList.

Click on Events and then scroll to the bottom for California listings.

From the web site...

THE ART GROUP.....(TAG)..was founded in spring of 2002 by Leslie, a psychologist, author and college professor. The art group, hopefully,will be a process for its members that will continue to beneficially change and grow as it facilitates change and growth in members.

ACTIVITIES: Members meet one weekend afternoon per month to go to galleries and museums and then for coffee to chat. During the month a few of the members meet for additional activities such as openings, private tours and art fairs, some of which are organized by members.

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