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July 24, 2012


Symantec Support: Another customer support failure in India.

I realize that the rest of the world may look upon North America, (yes, even Canada) as a bunch of spoiled brats stomping their feet when things don’t go their way, but I can’t help it if I expect my technology to work properly. Especially when I pay $270 dollars for something they can buy in […]

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July 23, 2012


Game Review: Frozen Synapse

My search for a decent computer game continues. This time it was on the recommendation of Gamespot that I tried out Frozen Synapse. Just follow the easy instructions and you’ll be having fun in no time… Another turn-based strategy game, this time with minimalist graphics, so you’d figure that they poured all their energies into […]

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July 16, 2012


Game review: Endless space is endlessly boring

It’s been a long time since I’ve played a decent computer game, and since a friend of mine told me about this new game: Endless space, I figured I’d try it. I should have asked a follow-up question, though: “Is it any good?” Sadly, Endless space is typical of turn based strategy games: overly complicated, […]

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July 6, 2012


Complex variable project – Part 2

So the project is finally done and I can talk about it a little bit. When I started out I thought this project would be the second most complex job I ever worked on. Data A list of about 5000 targets was used. Specialized list – Physicians and psychologists. The list was postal sorted, split […]

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July 3, 2012


Interquest Toronto 2012

So despite the fact that June was tough, I do want to say a few words about this year’s Interquest conference in Toronto. Better late than never. Ryerson University has nice rooms The official attendee count this year was 174, which is an increase from last year. There were also over a dozen sponsors, including […]

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