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Eric S. Mueller
Lindenwold, NJ
IT Professional, Dad, Husband, Amatuer Scholar
Interests: IT, Real Estate, business, history, personal finance, philosophy, computers, politics, family, social media, bible, writing
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Exactly. I'm not trying to make a political statement, but I get a cold chill every time I see that video from 2008 of children singing a song about or to at the time Senator/Presidential Candidate Obama. "He's gonna bring happiness..."
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I signed up for Amazon Prime last year, partly to have free videos to watch while I'm living in a basement away from my family. I bookmarked a bunch of them through Read It Later, but haven't spent a whole... Continue reading
Posted Feb 12, 2012 at The Stand-up Philosopher
I don't remember if I bothered to publish this thought, but I predicted a while ago that RIM is going to die the day large corporations and the federal government switch from BlackBerry to another mobile platform. Haliburton is apparently... Continue reading
Posted Feb 6, 2012 at The Stand-up Philosopher
I stopped blogging here in the middle of 2010 when my paid plan ran out and I was between stable paychecks. I went back to Blogger. Tonight, for some reason, I stopped back here, and discovered that even though I... Continue reading
Posted Feb 1, 2012 at The Stand-up Philosopher
I'm not disappointed in any member of Congress or the President. Disappointment implies that you had expectations of them they didn't meet. I expect them to take the lazy, corrupt, or cowardly way out of everything. Therefore, no reason to feel disappointed as they meet my expectation every time. I'm also not disappointed in the MPAA and RIAA. I heard a few years ago somebody was bringing an antitrust suit against them for their monopoly behavior. I assume it's not been successful. This post was well said.
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I've heard of death march products before, but goat rodeo is an interesting new way to describe when things go off the rails. I've found, especially in the government, that most problems lie in execution. I'll be bookmarking this post for later reference.
Toggle Commented Nov 24, 2011 on Our Project is a @#$'ing Goat Rodeo at Herding Cats
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I am, by definition, an amateur blogger. Nobody pays for for this. I’ve written close to 850 blog posts. I can’t tell you how many hundreds I haven’t written, or started writing and never finished. Those 850 or so blog... Continue reading
Posted Feb 21, 2011 at The Stand-up Philosopher
When I cancelled my TypePad Pro membership this past summer, I figured my days here were over. I really liked TypePad, but didn’t have the means at the time to renew my membership. But, my blog was converted to TypePad... Continue reading
Posted Jan 5, 2011 at The Stand-up Philosopher
I have no doubt it will. I went to a Realtor conference. One of the other Realtors from my office had an iPad out, and was whipping through email on it. Wow. Someday I'll have one.
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Eric S. Mueller is now following Jason Nicholas Korning
Aug 28, 2010
I cancelled my Typepad Pro membership, so I'm now restricted to the TypePad Micro. Until I renew my pro membership, you can follow my blogging at . Continue reading
Posted Aug 19, 2010 at The Stand-up Philosopher
I moved to TypePad 2 years ago. I’ve been happy with it. They’re constantly adding new features, and it’s simple and powerful. I’ve somehow managed to build a blog that gets an average of 30 hits a day whether I... Continue reading
Posted Aug 6, 2010 at The Stand-up Philosopher
Please ignore. I'm just using this post to register with Post Rank Continue reading
Posted Aug 4, 2010 at The Stand-up Philosopher
I wonder if the people who put together this episode of The Simpsons expected to still be on the air when this happened. Continue reading
Posted Aug 2, 2010 at The Stand-up Philosopher
I haven’t written a Bible post in a while. I came across a thought this morning that seemed worth writing about. When people tell me “the Bible is boring”, I question how much of it they’ve read. Sure, some portions... Continue reading
Posted Aug 2, 2010 at The Stand-up Philosopher
Those who know me know how little enthusiasm I have for sports. I’ve never developed an interest. I’ve tried. I just couldn’t do it. Which is why I’m surprised at something that happened. I got a call Sunday night. A... Continue reading
Posted Jul 27, 2010 at The Stand-up Philosopher
Social media is a double edged sword. Through social media, I’ve reconnected with high school friends and Navy buddies I thought I’d never see again. I’ve even kept in touch with family, and formed closer relationships even with those in... Continue reading
Posted Jul 16, 2010 at The Stand-up Philosopher
Robert Scoble, a total gadget geek, who hangs around with other gadget geeks, can’t get rid of his iPhone. In this post, he explains why. Scoble is a tech journalist among many other things, and has access to tons of... Continue reading
Posted Jul 11, 2010 at The Stand-up Philosopher
When I write posts like “Rumors of the iPhone on Verizon annoy me”, I’m not saying that I don’t want to see the iPhone on other networks. I have little love for AT&T. For some reason, I think GSM is... Continue reading
Posted Jul 9, 2010 at The Stand-up Philosopher
From Jason Dunn. I’d say this video sums it up nicely. I need to find out what program is being used to create these things. Continue reading
Posted Jul 8, 2010 at The Stand-up Philosopher
Lifehacker put up a post yesterday dealing with the worst email annoyances. I’ve dealt with my personal worst email annoyances on this blog over the years. My two biggest are Reply to All and “You’ll win something if you forward... Continue reading
Posted Jul 7, 2010 at The Stand-up Philosopher
This post by John Maxwell hit home for me. I had to make a phone call last night. I got an answering machine. I’m not very good with voice mails. Even with people I know, I’ve never been good. I... Continue reading
Posted Jul 6, 2010 at The Stand-up Philosopher
Ever since the day the iPhone came out, tech blogs have been whining about how it should be released on Verizon. Every time a new iPhone or software update comes out, rumors start flying about how the iPhone will be... Continue reading
Posted Jul 2, 2010 at The Stand-up Philosopher
My mother in law worked for K-mart, which bought Sears several years ago. She isn't arguing with me. Anymore, I think Sears is so busy pushing their credit cards they have no time left for customer service. I need to find my Dave Ramsey "Total Money Makeover" to carry around with me at stores. More of Sears' revenue comes from interest payments than from selling merchandise.
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