• Be Prepared,  Emergency,  Emergency Preparedness,  Survival

    Are You Prepared for a Disaster?

    Do you continue to think it won’t happen to you? Have you continued to not heed the warnings after seeing disaster after disaster all over the world?  People make fun of those known as ‘preppers’ and yet they don’t prepare for disasters and then when they come and they are in a situation where they have no food or water and can’t get out of their homes they say ‘why me?’. When there is some lead time warning folks will rush home from work and head to the grocery stores and service stations and try to load up on food and water and gasoline and other emergency supplies and find that…

  • Movie Reviews,  Product Reviews general

    How It Ends – Netflix Movie Review

    Movie Title: How It Ends Trailer: How It Ends Trailer Director: David M. Rosenthal Cast: Theo James, Forest Whitaker, Kat Graham, Grace Dove Film Location: Mostly in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.  One seen was filmed in Steinbach, Manitoba, Canada My Rating: 6 out of 10   The Beginning starts off pretty good This movie definitely got me thinking again about the possibilities of something like this happening in the US and around the world.  It is entertaining.   It did keep my attention.  This world (especially in the U.S.) is so dependent on our electricity, water, the internet, cell phones, etc. that a disaster that took down anyone of these could leave this spoiled country in shambles.…

  • Business applications,  Business Needs,  Product Reviews general,  Software

    Microsoft Office 365 – Review

      A Long Time Microsoft User! I have used Microsoft products since they first came out.   From DOS to the first Windows Product to the first Office products, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Dynamics (Formerly Great Plains) and more. People can complain about Microsoft but quite frankly being involved in the IT arena and Software support arena for 22 years, I have to say Microsoft has been phenomenal. Just remembering back to DOS and manually typing in commands to find files/data on your hard drives and then to Windows and where it is today. WOW! I first used Word processing products back in the 80’s before Microsoft came out with their products.   Remember WordPerfect…