Profile

Cover photo
Joe Etten
Works at Can't say
Attends Amarican Military University
Lived in Lapeer, Michigan
33 followers|49,316 views
AboutPostsPhotosVideosReviews

Stream

Joe Etten

commented on a video on YouTube.
Shared publicly  - 
 
Thanks for this. I couldn't find the switch on the car. I really appreciate your video! 
1
Add a comment...

Joe Etten

commented on a video on YouTube.
Shared publicly  - 
2
Add a comment...

Joe Etten

Shared publicly  - 
 
Yes I do 
1
Add a comment...

Joe Etten

Shared publicly  - 
 
Thought of you +Tim Womack and +Jon Leach
Just look at it. Banana Holder (via Julian Bond/Boing Boing G+)
1
Jon Leach's profile photoJoe Etten's profile photoTim Womack's profile photo
5 comments
 
Nah... I'll just start riding with a Camelbak 
Add a comment...

Joe Etten

Shared publicly  - 
 
I might be able to afford this bike.
 
The worlds smallest bicycle.  [www.industrytap.com]
1
Add a comment...

Joe Etten

Shared publicly  - 
 
A day in the life of Tech Support Guy .., #LOL  
2
Add a comment...
In his circles
61 people
Have him in circles
33 people
Melissa Bradfield's profile photo
Ryan Sanders's profile photo
Liz Wheeler's profile photo
Howard Lee II's profile photo
I'm Programmer's profile photo
Jon Leach's profile photo
Kelly Peters's profile photo
Melody Laughlin (Desire Night)'s profile photo
Erik Driscoll's profile photo

Communities

14 communities

Joe Etten

Third-Party Apps  - 
 
In case some of you haven't seen this. It should be included as part of plank imho. It is pretty awesome. 
Codester is a free responsive Bootstrap template by Dzyngiri
5
Joe Etten's profile photoJustin Zobel's profile photoTimo Reimerdes's profile photoMichael Schmidt's profile photo
5 comments
 
This seems like something you could easily see in windows.  I don't know about you, but i hate windows and lenghty menus.
Add a comment...

Joe Etten

Shared publicly  - 
 
Well that was unexpected.
 
#Unreal has announced that Unreal Engine 4.1, due to be released in the next couple of weeks, will fully support #SteamOS and #Linux . Developers can take their games — whether they’re indie or triple-AAA titles — flip a switch, and voila: The game is packaged and ready to run on SteamOS and Linux. Suffice it to say, this could be a huge step towards making Linux a viable platform for gaming. Could 2014 finally be the year of desktop Linux (YODL)?

Check out the video demo in the article.
Unreal has announced that Unreal Engine 4.1, due to be released in the next couple of weeks, will fully support SteamOS and Linux. Developers can take their games -- whether they're indie or triple-AAA titles -- flip a switch, and voila: The game is packaged and ready to run on SteamOS and Linux. Suffice it to say, this could be a huge step towards making Linux a viable platform for gaming. Could 2014 finally be the year of desktop Linux (YODL)?
1
Add a comment...

Joe Etten

Shared publicly  - 
 
Interesting...
 
This is interesting but I wonder how long the cloud companies will turn a blind eye. 
CloudGOO, a newly launched Android application with something of a silly name, offers a way for you to smush together all your cloud-based file storage..
1
Add a comment...

Joe Etten

Shared publicly  - 
 
Awesome.
 
I thought I would pass this around 
You are on a blog. The latest news is at the top and scrolls down infinitely. The first story is about the 30th Anniversary Edition of Infocom's Hitchhiker's..
1
Add a comment...

Joe Etten

Shared publicly  - 
 
Thought you might be interested in this +Tim Womack
 
CHECKLIST: What NOT to do in ASP.NET
Scott Hanselman on Programming, User Experience, The Zen of Computers and Life in General
1
Add a comment...

Joe Etten

Shared publicly  - 
 
Heh. This got a few laughs.
 
#satire Is your job just deleting email?
Scott Hanselman on Programming, User Experience, The Zen of Computers and Life in General
1
Add a comment...
People
In his circles
61 people
Have him in circles
33 people
Melissa Bradfield's profile photo
Ryan Sanders's profile photo
Liz Wheeler's profile photo
Howard Lee II's profile photo
I'm Programmer's profile photo
Jon Leach's profile photo
Kelly Peters's profile photo
Melody Laughlin (Desire Night)'s profile photo
Erik Driscoll's profile photo
Communities
14 communities
Education
  • Amarican Military University
    Bachelors of Science in Information Technology, 2010 - present
  • Lake Orion High School
    High School, 1994 - 1995
  • Lapeer East High School
    High School, 1991 - 1993
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Apps with Google+ Sign-in
Story
Tagline
Just a man like any other...
Introduction
Lived in Lapeer, Michigan growing up. Loved to roleplay. I enjoy computers, woodcarving, my wife and my 4 children.
Work
Employment
  • Can't say
    Network Administrator, present
Places
Map of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has livedMap of the places this user has lived
Previously
Lapeer, Michigan - Burton, Michigan - Alpharetta, Georgia - Toledo, Ohio - Lyons, Ohio - North Branch, Michigan - Otter Lake, Michigan - Saginaw, Michigan
Links
YouTube
I would recommend this place to anyone. Dr. Jones (I saw Mark) is a very nice guy and very down to earth.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
On 9/22/2012 I purchased a 2007 Dodge Caliber. Everything seemed to work correctly during the test drive. However, the very next day the horn stopped working. Additionally, the cruise control stopped and the check engine light came on. One of the primary reasons for choosing this vehicle is that I wanted a car with cruise control because I have an hour of travel time between home and work every day. I called my salesperson K.C. Stengle and he assured me that Yark would fix the problems. I was told to bring the vehicle in the next day and they would look at it. I did so and they were not able to fix the problem right then. He asked me to bring it in on Saturday. That was today, I brought the vehicle in and my horn was fixed and at first I thought the cruise control was fixed as well. Unfortunately, the cruise control only worked the first time it was used. I immediately called the Tech that took my car (I think his name was Scott.) He did not answer and I left a voice mail, but it was not returned. After I got home, I called and left a voice mail for K.C.. I am very dissatisfied with this vehicle so far as well as with the Yark service department. I don't think the vehicle was tested properly after it was serviced to verify that the cruise control was working again.
• • •
Quality: Poor - FairAppeal: GoodService: Poor - Fair
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
The doctors are good, but there are some issues. The waiting rooms are separate for sick and healthy kids, which is nice. But there is only 1 table toy for all the kids to play with. The waiting rooms seat about 20 people and on a good day, you're likely to see that many in there. The whole process of going to this office seems like going through the drive through at McDonalds. The billing practices are also horrible. After a year of having my stepson as a patient for a year, and recently bringing a brand new baby to the practice, they sent us to collections and told us we had 30 days to find a new doctor. This was before receiving a bill! They didn't even call us to say we needed to pay the bill. Moreover, our son was indeed covered under medicaid, but is several months behind in processing. This is the fault of medicaid. I suggest that if your children are covered under any sort of government insurance, or if your insurance is flaky to begin with, you should find a different doctor. You'll probably have to anyway.
• • •
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
The apartments are nice, though they have gone a tad bit downhill in the last couple of years. I've actually lived in 2 of the different buildings. I needed to get a larger apartment. In any case, the staff is nice. Maintenance is top notch. I'd recommend it to anyone. The only reason I am rating it 4 stars is because some of the people that live in my current building. They aren't exactly the greatest. No thugs or murderers, but not the best neighbors either. Between the lady upstairs who slams the same drawer open and shut 30 times at 7 am on a Saturday morning and the people smoking in the halls, or grabbing your laundry out of the drier before the drier has stopped so they can dry their clothes. Or the ones that leave theirs in the washer or dryer for 3 days. Or the ones that come over from another building to wash clothes. The neighbors are frustrating, but the place is awesome. But you get those kinds of neighbors anywhere.
• • •
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
7 reviews
Map
Map
Map
Great group of doctors, as long as you don't see Dr. Phillips. He's a bit of a quack if you ask me.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
I was there and yes there were several customers that did in fact smoke. This place is basically a bar that you can bowl at. As opposed to a bowling alley with a bar in it. The bar patrons are loud and obnoxious (but that's what drunk people do). The Alleys are horrible, but the old school ball returns were nice. Of course we rented out two lanes, and one of them broke so we had to bowl with 10 people on one lane.. I will never go back.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
Tons of interesting flavors. Hand Dipped, awsome ice cream. The handle bars are to die for. (Think a scoop of ice cream dipped in dark chocolate). I don't think you can find a bad flavor or bad service here.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago