Monthly Archives: July 2016

“Ok, sorry”

Gather round, kids. A quick lesson in manners: Let’s just say that you are on your PC and you need to IM a friend or colleague. Your friend responds with “I can’t talk, I’m presenting right now” or “I’m in … Continue reading

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Signing certificate not found – Identity Server

Signing certificate not found: CN=COMODO RSA Certification Authority, O=COMODO CA Limited, L=Salford, S=Greater Manchester, C=GB The reason behind this one, worries me a bit. Our sys-admin was cleaning out some old expired keys. When he did, we got this error. … Continue reading

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Bad Advice

I’ve met several people in my life who were very smart, but were somewhat unsuccessful in their careers and to some degree, in parts of their lives.  These people did not have any kind of disability that held them back.  They were smart … Continue reading

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Excessive Diagnostics

When the dung hits the fan, everyone wants the problem fixed yesterday. If you are the kind of person who thinks-ahead and prepares for bad situations, it is probably because you have some experience in this matter, or you received … Continue reading

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