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Sleeping Bluetooth

Headline: Anyone know how to prevent my Bluetooth adapter from turning off on my Surface Pro 3? Very annoying. All too frequently after my computer has gone to sleep I turn it back on buy my Bluetooth mouse won’t work. What I discover is that my Marvell AVASTAR Bluetooth Radio Adapter has been disabled, presumably […]

Reading a book on Kindle DX and Kindle for PC

Headline: Turn on synchronization for your devices, then develop the habit to “Close” the book each time by  going to the Home page before you switch to the new other device. Details: I was going back and forth in a rather long book recently and was always struggling to remember where I left off. I […]

Induction for Cooking

Headline: Induction cooking is pricy, but really makes for a wonderful cooking experience. The trio that made our cooking life so nice includes: 1) Wolf cooktop, 2) Emeril cookware, and 3) Bar Keepers Friend. I realize this is an unusual post for me… But after all, the site is Joy of Excellence, and this certainly […]

Single Logic Tier, Multiple Presentation Tiers – In a 64-bit world

Wouldn’t it be nice if we had a single data and logic tier upon which any number of presentation tiers could display? For example, one logic tier but present via WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) (both 32 and 64 bit), ASP.NET, MVC (Model-View-Controller), Silverlight, and Windows 7 phone? And, can I use the MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) pattern […]

Upgraded to WordPress 2.8

I hope all goes well. (Frankly 2.7.1 worked pretty nice before.) So far all is well.

Blog – Web Log?

Blog – most people will tell you it means, “Web Log”… I think it means “WE Begin to Lose Our Genius” (assuming we ever had any), so we resort to writing everything down. Not because we particularly think it will be interesting reading for others. But instead, as a means of remembering things. “What was […]