Trying to save ecosystems has more to do with changing egosystems.
Most computer users don't think about backing up their software until the day they lose it.
Rittner's Computer Law: Never argue with people who write with digital ink and pay by the kilowatt-hour.
The Net is the ultimate empowerment tool. You have the right to express your opinion to a global audience, but everyone has the right not to pay any attention to it.
No matter how well you know the rules of netiquette, you will eventually offend someone who doesn't.
History is an intricate web of of timing, people, circumstances, and serendipity.
There are 5,000 great people for every jerk on Usenet. But that still is a lot of jerks. Proceed with caution and eyes wide open.
Civility is only a passenger - not a driver - on the information superhighway.
Digital wisdom is made of recycled electrons that are meaningful until you pull the plug.
A Leader is someone who can do everything him(her)self, but let's other people help him(her).
I've been told by certain politicians that I'm a loose cannon. I'm not! I aim very carefully.
The last county survey of historic resources was done back in the '70s. It's hard to promote your history, if you don't know what you have.
787 basically wiped out most of the islands that were close to Albany. When they built 787, they filled it all in.
Using technology to educate is an incredibly effective tool that reaches kids on another level. Kids today live in a multimedia world and visual stimulation aids in the learning process. Talking about history is static but, with these movies, history comes to life.
It's a great way for people, especially kids, who don't have access to this type of information to get it for free. I'm taking cutting edge technology to promote the past. It's a historian's dream.
A formula for computing in the workplace: one third of the time is spent being productive. One third of the time is spent playing games. The remaining third of the time is spent trying not to get caught.