Monthly Archives: May 2013

Eugene (“Gene”) Latimer 1916 – 2013

Eugene Latimer, born Sept. 23, 1916, was raised in a small community south of Sallisaw called Brent, OK. He graduated from Sallisaw High School and attended and played baseball for Connors State College in Warner. He later signed up for … Continue reading

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Frankie-the-frustrated worker dealing with lack of direct Line of Business integration and Manual Data Entry

For this particular blog post I would like to use a light-hearted approach to a major problem.  The problem is lost productivity and user frustration around populating data into Line of Business applications via Manual Data Entry versus Automation. To … Continue reading

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Crossing the ECM/Capture Chasm – ‘This is the Renaissance’

Marc Benioff, Salesforce.com CEO, has been famously quoted on his opinion of cloud computing in terms of saturation-point, as well as technology innovation, for a viable business model. “This is the heyday of the Cloud. This is the Renaissance. We are in … Continue reading

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12/12/12 (2012) – Movie Review

‘Holy Moly’ is all I can say!  This was truly one for the ages.  Brandee and I were Netflix’in for something to watch other than Columbo.  It wasn’t that we don’t like Columbo – if fact just the opposite but … Continue reading

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The Pumpkin Karver (2006)

It was one of those ‘wanna watch a mindless, senseless, rather-obvious plot’-type kinda of movie day so we decided to stream Netflix and watch ‘the pumpkin Karver.  I absolutely hit the jackpot with this one and got exactly what I … Continue reading

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