Showing posts from January, 2015

Digital Signs

I have been in charge of implementing digital signs where I work.  The technology that I chose to deliver and manage the content was Rise Vision.  For a quick tour check out the link.  rise vision is used to power millions of digital signs all over the world.

Today I decided to take a picture of my latest deployment.  I walked around the campus a lot today.  I was wearing my new Beats Studio wireless headphones while I worked.

Below are some pictures of the digital signs.  I have experimented with several layouts.

I also manage the outdoor marquee

Walmart Zombie

I found AC/DC Stiff Upper Lip for $5. Shopping with a dead brain, but not the way home I am happy.

President Obama, Paving the Way

I rarely write about politics, but here goes. Sometimes I get so fed up with nonsense political babble that I have to read and verify facts and data.  If you have an opposing opinion and have some facts to back up your opinion I would like to hear from you in the comments below.

I am really looking forward to the next non-white male who is elected for president.  President Obama is paving the way by taking all of the heat and resentment from folks who can not stand to have a president who is non white.

I hope you take the time to read the articles that I have referenced below.

Laura Ingraham Horrified That Obama Is Getting More Popular And ‘Setting The Agenda’Is The Change To The Senate Filibuster Rule A Good Thing?The Senate GOP's Unprecedented Obstruction In Five ChartsHarry Reid Pushes Historic Filibuster Rules ChangeLarry Tomczak, BarbWire Celebrate Memorial Day By Questioning Obama's Faith I am glad that President Obama is having a rough time.  Politics is no walk in the …

My old bike commutes in Portland

I will ride this route when I return to Portland, but today I'm driving this route. For now I'm going to give you some pictures from the Chart House which is overlooking a great view of Mount Hood.I use to ride from 15th and HWY 26 to Sulzer Pumps in NW Portland Industrial area. I also rode to the Rivergate area to Columbia Sportswear warehouse. I rode many times over and around the west hills of Portland. I have forgotten how awesome hills can be on a bike commute.