Monthly Archives: April 2011

Giving Credit Where Credit’s Due

Youtube and Facebook have helped set a child’s dream into motion at the age of 13. Now. they’re helping make that dream become a reality at age 14. Here’ Brandon appearing yesterday on ABC’s syndicated global television, playing in his newest band: the Crosson Brothers. The group already has a 10 song CD in the stores, they’re working with one of LA’s greatest Producers awarded “Top Producer of The Year,” it looks like they’ll possibly be touring in Brazil this summer, and now they’re on Television. WOW!!!

I must give credit where credit is due…. Kids, that’s you!! Please take a bow~


Facebook – Avoid Losing Publishing Rights

Change Facebook Settings to Avoid Losing Publishing Rights – Yet another change being made to Facebook!

“Facebook does not give third party applications or ad networks the right to use your name or picture in ads. If we allow this in the future, the setting you choose will determine how your information is used.”    Facebook Quote and Source Here

As of Friday, 4/29/2011, Facebook will become owner of the publishing rights of ALL your private photos. You need to make a simple change:

1. go to “account”
2. then “account settings”
3. Next, “facebook ads” (along the top)

4. Click “ads shown by third parties”

5. choose edit settings and select  ‘NO ONE’ from the “pull-down option”

6. then “SAVE”.

This all takes less than 1 minute and will help you keep the publishing rights to your photos and images.

Evolution of Borderless Networks – Cisco

Reviewing the evolution of networking over the past centuries is mind boggling. The evolution of technology just in the past 20 years is faster and greater than any other time period of our human existence.

Few companies have withstood the test of technology and time, and the ones that are still standing firm in the microchip sands of time are outstanding with their network ideals and solutions.


One such company is Cisco, HEAR yesterday, HERE today, and still HERE tomorrow!