How to delete unused Android home screens

I was working with a new Android tablet and consolidated app icons to a few home screens which left a few empty screens. It took me a while but I finally figured out two ways to get the home screen menu to come up so that I could delete empty screens. The tablet is running Android version 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Read More …

Windows 8 upgrade may fail if you have McAfee products installed

Last week I upgraded a Windows 7 laptop to Windows 8. The upgrade process informed me that there were two programs on Windows 7 that were not compatible with Windows 8 and that I was required to remove them to continue the upgrade. I removed both programs but the installation failed so I had to call Microsoft support. The root Read More …

Three things I learned at Harland Clarke

I recently resigned my position at Harland Clarke and I am preparing to transition into a new role at Curtis 1000. I worked 15 years to the day at Harland and it was time well spent considering my professional development and growth during the time. As I reflected on the experience, I thought of the people and events that helped Read More …

Tracking clicks to external sites and internal documents

Tracking pageviews to a website was the original analytics metric to report web site use.  A pageview is defined as the number of times a page is loaded by a browser. While it’s a good measure for macro-level volume of a site for a given time period, it’s not necessarily a good metric for unique traffic or traffic at an Read More …

eLibrary used more than paper library

With my trusty eReader, a 2nd generation Kindle, I have a growing library of eBooks spanning multiple categories. My library contains fiction in the areas of suspense, mystery, fantasy, and paranormal. My non-fiction collection includes books in the areas of marketing, business, biography, and spiritual topics. In my home office, I have a bookshelf that contains printed books spanning the Read More …