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Chargers WR Allen, CB Verrett run hills at voluntary minicamp, not in position drills early

Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen and cornerback Jason Verrett are impact players for the Bolts, and each appeared to be trending upward in their respective recoveries from ACL tears in 2016 at Chargers Park Wednesday. 153 more words

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Anthony Lynn sees Dontrelle Inman, Tyrell Williams 'taking it to the next level'

Los Angeles Chargers coach Anthony Lynn had high some good things to say regarding two of his current wide receivers during veteran minicamp at Chargers Park Wednesday. 147 more words

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Why a Hybrid Cloud Strategy is Critical

I thought I would share a real world example of why hybrid Cloud is the right strategy for almost any business.  For years, backup and disaster recovery has been the buzz, but what if something accidental happens, that could knock one of your most important people offline for a day or more?  569 more words


Packers draft Q&A with Justis Mosqueda

The Green Bay Packers have some big decisions to make in the 2017 NFL draft. The team has obvious needs at priority positions (edge rusher, cornerback) and varying degrees of needs at lesser value positions (guard, running back, inside linebacker). 922 more words

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Amazon Echo's Red Ring of Shame

In follow up to my post last week titled Alexa, Should I be Worried about You?, I wanted to share a few updates that may be helpful. 456 more words


An open letter to Mark Zuckerberg

Dear Mark,

Like the Bob Marley song of yore, we continue to wait in vain for Facebook to introduce a “dislike” button. Although it’s your website, it’s very patronizing that you refuse to give us this choice. 153 more words


changing browsers

I had been using Firefox as my web browser for some time now. I’ve always really liked it, and I have become used to it. But recently I went through the hassle (reentering passwords, getting cell phone authorizations, etc.) of switching to Chrome. 186 more words