A car that jumps over obstacles?

The Bose Suspension System makes the news again!

Every once in a while our revolutionary automotive suspension system makes the news and this concept of active ride compensation never ceases to amaze me. No matter how rough the terrain, the automobile remains level and free from the extreme movements we’ve all come to accept from a spring/shock absorber approach to automotive suspensions.

As an employee of the Americas Professional Systems Division of Bose Corporation, I’ve had opportunity to see internal video footage of this amazing system. Such things help me to realize I am part of an “Innovative Technologies Company,” not just a loudspeaker and audio electronics systems manufacturer. I am very proud to be a member of this amazing organization!


RSS Reader for Outlook

Attensa is a free (for now) news aggregator with hooks to Outlook, Blogger, Internet Explorer and Firefox. Thus far, it looks like quite a package and comes very close to satisfying the need which sent me searching for similar applications!


Looking for Mr. Goodbar

OK, “Mr. Goodbar” has nothing to do with my reason for scripting this post.

I’m actually searching for Pocket PC software within the Blogger.Com site to facilitate a more expedient method of posting information to the blog. Needing a computer connected to the internet for posting this particular page is a hindrance. Considering the fact my greatest insights occur when I’m not in front of a computer, acquiring a more portable method to record thoughts makes perfect sense to me.

Thus far, I haven’t located the rumored software that I read in a news article, somewhere . . .

I’ll find it eventually and perhaps I’ll be more regular with my posted information.


openLCR-Download to your phone or fax

Can your telephone do this? Take the Telephone IQ Test . . .

Truly an amazing new technology.


My First Blog Post

After noticing numerous references to BLog (Web Log) software and services, I decided to research the technology. Determining if I am quality “BLogger” material, was something that interested me. Hang on a sec, a dialog requires my input.

[a few seconds pass – I feel a side-track session coming on!]

Seeing the phrase, “Burn process completed successfully at 32x,” gives me goosebumps. You may think this is silly, but If you came from the land of the original CD/R-RW drives burning at 1x speeds (with a 50% coaster success ratio), you’d know why . . .

I owned one of the first CD burners which wrote an entire disc in what seemed like thirty minutes plus or more. This was assuming you ran no additional applications or background services. This also required you to cross your fingers the entire time in an effort to avoid the dreaded “Coaster” burn. At first, I created more drink “Coasters” than usable discs. Eventually I got the hang of it and learned that it was best to simply walk away from the machine during a burn.

Consider the technology of today. I started burning a CD from a downloaded ISO image (656 Mb) of the latest Lindows 4.0 distribution before logging-in to Blogger.com. I heard the alert (from Nero Express 6.0) just before completing the end of the second sentence above, indicating the burn process was complete. This is light years away from the “Bad Ol’ Days” of CD creation! Hence the goosebumps – today’s technology is just so cool!

If I can come up with information like the text you’ve seen thus far, I just may be “BLogger” material after all. If I go the next step, and force Outlook calendar reminders to improve the frequency of such entries, useful information may result.

However, if this is the only post that ends-up published to my web site, then this technology just may not be quite ready for “Stephen Prime-Time.” Only time will tell. This may be something that just takes a while to get used to . . .