Well, this is awkward...
I've spent most of my professional life writing. Whether it be code, documentation, project proposals, marketing materials, or books. Those
things flowed with relative ease. What's hard is writing about myself. I'll do my best to not make a complete mess of it. After all, who knows
me better than me?
This site contains a blog where I (infrequently) write about personal observations and technical topics. This site also contains an interactive
version of my resume with numerous examples of my writing. They are available under the posts and portfolio links on the top menu.
Kindle Unlimited? No Thanks.
With the onslaught of COVID-19 and the need for social distancing, I am trying to figure out a strategy for staying sane (no comment). Even though I’ve worked from home for 20 years, I’m used to getting out and being interactive. I can’t watch TV for long without losing interest. Baseball and football will keep my attention for a while, but I’ll eventually tire of those and start mucking about with my phone.
So, You're Going to Work from Home Now
With COVID-19 causing all sorts of disruption, companies are asking their employees to stay home for extended periods. Universities are making classes virtual until after spring break. I’m not an epidemiologist, but these measures are probably a good idea.
Your Op-Sec Sucks (and so does mine)
A couple weeks back, I was on a flight leaving San Jose on a Friday morning.
The flight left before dawn, filled to the brim with business travelers wanting
to escape the Bay Area before a 3-day weekend.
Cherry picking my Google Plus feed
Google+ (aka G+, aka Google Plus) is going to shut down soon. As a social site, G+ stopped being relevant years ago. I won’t go into why, because it won’t change the way Google manages their products.
Wiping the Slate Clean: Version 7.0 (or so)
According to ICANN,
I registered ericcloninger.com in June 2001.
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