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    System Administrator Appreciation Day

    By cjcastillo in Digital Babble

    I was a little too busy last week to post this since I am now a System Administrator and all. Enjoy! System Administrator Appreciation Day Where did sysadmin day come from? Back in May 2000, at lunch table, Ted was ...

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    Target demographic

    By cjcastillo in Digital Babble

    I used to be into video games when I was a kid. From Pac-Man, to old school Mattel handheld games and an Atari purchased at garage sales, a Nintendo console and the orginal Gameboy, I played a ton of games. ...

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    Tina Fey leaving SNL to hang out with Star Jones

    By cjcastillo in Digital Babble

    Ok, that's not really true, but it was a quote from my favorite funny girl, Tina Fey. I love Tina Fey's work and her sense of humor. I was sad to hear that she recently announced she was leaving SNL, ...

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    History of music

    By cjcastillo in Digital Babble

    Is there an album that changed your life? What impact do you think the music of today will have on the future of music? The reason I ask these questions is because I have just finished reading an article from ...

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    Emily Tries But Misunderstands

    By cjcastillo in Digital Babble

    This week I am featuring a guest blogger here on TS, his name is alexigente. Here is an entry written by him. Enjoy! While many associate Pink Floyd with Dark Side of the Moon, “space rock” and long songs that ...

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    What's in your bag?

    By cjcastillo in Digital Babble

    This is a photo of Richard Dean Anderson, better known as TV's MacGyver. This photo has nothing to do with my blog. While browsing through the blog Techie Diva's Guide to Gadgets, an entry caught my attention. It was about ...

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    First day

    By cjcastillo in Digital Babble

    So the first day at my new job has come and gone. It was a day full of new faces, new names, W-4's, retirement plans, parking passes, office keys, orientation and new passwords. Good times, good times indeed. I can't ...