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Greggory Tucker
Works at Ayearon Inc
Attends Coursera
Lives in Kanagawa, Japan
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Sunday 8PM on HBO. That hour on TV when nothing else matters. #gameofthrones
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Is it just me or is Minjee Lee on fire? I'm referring to her golf game today, of course. 
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Spent a week with the parents. Now en route to Omaha, NE!
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I'm with you, Timmo, but legalizing weed is the best solution to the meth scourge. Colorado figured it out. The geniuses in Nebraska will need at least another 2 decades and years of irrefutable evidence to finally figure it out (that's being optimistic).
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A lot of risk remains: Debt and (not much) deleveraging.
Global debt has grown by $57 trillion and no major economy has decreased its debt-to-GDP ratio since 2007. High government debt in advanced economies, mounting household debt, and the rapid rise of China’s debt are areas of potential concern. A McKinsey Global Institute article.
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Worth a look.
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I noticed Fox News turned it up to 11 on Net Neutrality as well. I am glad Obama made the statement he did. 
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Finally a sensible analysis of the subject, that highlights why I feel self-piloted airplanes will become widespread sooner than cars. 
A good technology demonstration so wows you with what the product can do that you might forget to ask about what it can't. Case in point: Google's self-driving car. There is a surprisingly long list of the things the car can't do, like avoid potholes or operate in heavy rain...
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Trolls are disempowered individuals who seek control over others by evoking emotional reactions. They call you names. They say you and your friends are sluts. You can disarm them most effectively by ignoring them. So ignore them. They don't matter (in fact much of the time they don't even believe what they say).
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Multiple realities in this mess.
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Apology accepted and keep spreading the word. 
By Mark Lynas - I want to start with some apologies. For the record, here and upfront, I apologize for having spent several years ripping up GM crops. I am also
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Because they're easy to lie to...
The midterms were as much a referendum on Obama as they were the byproduct of GOP's successful fear-mongering
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Education
  • Coursera
    Lifetime Learning, 2012 - present
    Functional Programming in Scala, Models, Operations Management
  • University of Nebraska–Lincoln
    Computer Science Engineering, 1987 - 1991
  • University of Phoenix
    MBA/Global Management, 2006 - 2008
Basic Information
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Story
Tagline
ITSM consultant, father, Gaijin, Space Enthusiast
Introduction
Interests:
  • IT Service Management / IT Management
  • Value (Creation, Capture, Preservation)
  • Models
  • Future
  • Human to Mars (H2M)
Bragging rights
200+ dives in Philippines, Australia, Indonesia, and Maldives. Two half marathons and two kids--no causation.
Work
Occupation
IT Management, Consulting
Skills
IT Service Management, Project Management, ITIL, ITIL v3 Expert, COBIT5, BMC FootPrints
Employment
  • Ayearon Inc
    Senior ITSM Consultant, 2010 - present
    Consulting in IT Service Management best practices, including ITIL v3/2011, and implementation and administration of BMC FootPrints products. Implementation and support of multiple processes: Incident, Problem, Change, Service Request Fulfillment, Security Access, Asset Management, Hire/Terms, and Facilities; in global SOX-controlled mobile/local real-time data provider. Implementation of Service Desk and Asset Management processes for multi-state farm cooperative association.
  • Numara Software
    Senior Implementation Consultant, 2007 - 2010
    Consulted with 75+ IT departments on good practices involving ITIL framework, FootPrints, AssetManager (Centennial), and Asset Management Platform (AMP). Incident Management & Service Requests (50+ engagements), Change Management (15 engagements), and Configuration Management (16 engagements), Problem Management (4 engagements) process areas. Also Service Catalog and Knowledge Management.
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Currently
Kanagawa, Japan
Previously
Omaha, NE - Dallas, TX - Portland, OR - Tokyo, Japan - Kawasaki, Japan
Good beers, decent burger. Got a side of veggies instead of fries and they were grilled perfectly, not too soft or oily. Good experience overall. Probably best menu in the immediate area.
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Easy to overlook among the nearby Starbucks and chain restaurants, but this is the place in the area for a friendly experience with locally sourced foods.
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The Guinness was a piss pour substitute for a real pour. Tasted awful. Weak sound system. Nice decor, good service, good location.
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Friendly, relaxed ambience. They have decaf
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Nice place, good variety of locally made sweets. Nice service, happy to let you sample the fudge.
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The cold Borscht is to live and die for.
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