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Three Months with a Mac

12/15/06 | by JAdP | Categories: Computers and Internet
On September 16th, I unboxed and set up my MacBookPro, Vate. Three months after making the switch to Mac and using MacOSX on the MacBookPro 17", I'm loving it. Does that mean that there aren't some problems or unfulfilled desires? Not at all. However,… more »
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Safari or FireFox2 on MacOSX

11/08/06 | by JAdP | Categories: Computers and Internet
Since getting my MacBook Pro, I've been using Safari. When necessitated by a web site not supporting Safari, I would use Firefox 1.5 on SLED10 under Parallels. I know many folk like Camino, but I was pretty happy with Safari. Many things, though not… more »
 

Avoiding MacBook Pro Heating Problems

10/27/06 | by JAdP | Categories: Computers and Internet
Many people have complained about heating problems with their MacBookPro's. I've experienced this as well, and have installed CoreDuoTemp.app to monitor the situation. With other apps running, such as Mail, iCal, Address Book, Safari, RSSowl, and the… more »
 

The Missing Sync Syncs Great

10/03/06 | by JAdP | Categories: Computers and Internet
The Missing Sync by Mark/Space provides more complete and additional conduits to sync up Palm Applications with MacOSX applications. The PalmOS HotSync conduits only go to the Palm Desktop, losing synchronization with Address Book, and thus Mail.app… more »
 

Zillow.com in Firefox in SLED10 in Parallels in MacOSX

09/28/06 | by JAdP | Categories: Computers and Internet
OK, the title kinda says it all. I wanted to repond [after a week] to Zillow.com's offer to use their new features of MyZillow and to update the facts on my home. Unfortunately, Zillow.com doesn't support Safari and they recommend Firefox. I used… more »
 

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I'm Joseph A. di Paolantonio and this blog has two main foci: my interest in food, and my interest in the future. This provides a look into my personal life, and is separate from my consulting work…though there will be overlap. I am an independent researcher, working as a strategic consultant and I'm an executive with over 20 years of commercial experience with a technical interest in the intersection of Internet of Things, with advanced data management and analysis methods. I view data science as a team activity, and I feel that the IoT must be viewed as a system. I am leveraging my past activities to understand the adoption and impact of the IoT; first, as a system engineer in aerospace, where I developed Bayesian risk assessment methods for systems within the Space Transportation System (including the Space Shuttle), Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer, Gravity Probe B, and many more, and second, as a enterprise data warehousing, business intelligence and analytics professional. Between my aerospace and IT careers, I indulged my hobby of cooking by starting a food company, Montara Magic, centered around my chocolate sauces. My education combined chemistry, mathematics and philosophy. I performed research into molten salt fuel cells in graduate school, and in photovoltaic materials for a short time in industry. The lure of bringing the human race into space was strong, and when I was offered the chance to combine my chemistry and mathematics skills to develop new risk assessment and system engineering methods for space launch and propulsion systems – I couldn't resist. I perform independent research and strategic consulting to bring value from the Internet of Things, Sensor Analytics Ecosystems and data science teams.I am a caregiver, a lover of science fiction and speculative fantasy, and my passion to learn has led me to a pilot's license, an assistant instructor in SCUBA, nordic and alpine skiing, sea kayaking, and reading everything I can, in as many topics as I can.

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