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Jeff Julian's Blog CEO of Enterprise Marketer October 2010 Entries
GWB | My Desk at Home
The GWB Staff of Geeks blog recently posted a request to see your desk, so it would only be fair if I should my workspace as well. This is my desk at home. Since my full time job is a consultant, I need a good place to work when clients allow me to work remotely. The GWB HQ is about 45 minutes from my house so I tend to do most of my work at home. Here is a photo of where I work. WARNING: Lots of partially eaten fruit products on my desk. From the left: MacBook Pro 15in with 27in monitor attached ......

Posted On Friday, October 29, 2010 2:22 AM

Portable Dual Display | Connecting an iPad to the 11 inch MacBook Air as an External Display
Have you ever wanted a portable dual monitor setup for when you are working remotely. Or use PowerPoint/Keynote at Panera when you need to show a presentation to a potential client while still having your notes on the display? Well probably not, but I am sure someday we will. For now you can do it with an MacBook Air and an iPad with no cords, just WiFi and a couple new devices. Check out this video when I show how I hooked up the MacBook Air and iPad using ScreenRecycler and a VNC client. Very easy ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 27, 2010 2:33 AM

Unboxing | 11 Inch MacBook Air (2010)
I put up a little video unboxing of my new 11 inch MacBook Air on Youtube so if you get a chance, check it out. I will be posting a full review of the device later this week after one week of use. So far it is hands down the best portable device for quick data entry and fully-function machine. The full size keyboard makes the device comfortable to use daily and the screen has excellent resolution. I am impressed. There are several cons as well like the RAM soldered on to the chip leaving no upgradability. ......

Posted On Monday, October 25, 2010 6:37 AM

C# 4.0 How-To by Ben Watson – Sams Publishing | Book Review
The wonderful people of Sams Publishing were kind enough to send me a few books to review recently, and one of them was C# 4.0 How-To by Ben Watson. There were a couple things about this book that really compelled me. The format (this is a first How-To book by Sams for me so I assume it goes across the board) was very much like a focused blog. It was broken up into small posts about each topic. The other thing that compelled me was the amount of code samples. This is not a book that you can sit down ......

Posted On Monday, October 18, 2010 9:46 AM

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