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Friday, February 20, 2004

Career-Op: Beyond Troubleshooting
by Douglas E. Welch, ComputorEdge Magazine

I would guess that 95% of your work, day in and day out, is spent on problems. This printer won’t print. That program is crashing. IT DOESN’T WORK! While these problems can insure a regular workload for consultants like me, they can also lead us down the road to ruin. At the end of the road lie disgruntled clients, stagnant careers and simple, garden-variety burnout. If you want to keep your high-tech career cruising along, you need to move beyond troubleshooting and start helping your clients do “neat things” with their computers.

Wednesday, February 18, 2004

Webcast Event

Women Working on Mars: Science and Engineering on the Red Planet

February 26, 2004 4:00 pm PST

Get your video players ready, here comes an excellent web cast from the Mars Rover team.

Panelists will include:

Shonte Wright
Mars Exploration Rover Thermal Systems Engineer

Julie Townsend
Mars Exploration Rover Avionics Systems Engineer

Zoe Learner
Mars Exploration Rover Science Team Graduate Student

Elaina McCartney
Mars Exploration Rover Science Team Member

Tuesday, February 17, 2004

Out of this world!

Check out these great Mac OS X icons of NASA capsules from the Mercury, Gemini and Apollo programs.

Via MacUpdate

Apple RSS Feeds

MacMegaSite points over to a useful page at Apple.com that collects links to all RSS feeds offered by Apple.

Here is the info directly from MacMegaSite...

RSS Feeds from Apple
Apple has posted a very useful page listing all of their available RSS feeds including Knowledge Base articles & downloads. You can subscribe to any of these feeds in a news reader such as NetNewsWire to have the latest headlines delivered to your desktop. [MacMegasite]