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David Schaffer
Works at Schaffer Consulting
Attended University of Bridgeport
Lives in Sherman, CT
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Google popped up the animated version of this photo I took inside a train carriage at Essex Steam Train "North Pole Express".
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And for you seekers after the latest from Apple, Notes 9.0.1 works with OS 10.9 Mavericks
This was for all 3 clients, Notes, Admin and Developer. Fast or slow? Convenient or difficult? You make the call, but if you jump at the chance to update your Apple devices the second a release comes out, you should do the sa...
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Cognitive dissonance
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Firefox 23 on Windows 7. Firefox reports itself up to date. Problem here folks?
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Finally something white to see on the Mountain Cam
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Pictures from Essex Steam Train and Riverboat on a beautiful fall day in the CT River Valley
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Companies would rather not pay STEM professionals high salaries with lavish benefits, offer them training on the job, or guarantee them decades of stable employment. So having an oversupply of workers, whether domestically educated or imported, is to their benefit. It gives employers a larger pool from which they can pick the “best and the brightest,” and it helps keep wages in check.
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+Google+ Help No official response or acknowledgement of the "Your browser is no longer supported" is unacceptable. Is it intentional? Is it being worked on? Does Google even care?

Mozilla is being proactive in responding to user complaints even though they acknowledge it's Google's problem and not much they can do.
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+David Schaffer This should now be resolved. Let us know if you're still unable to connect to Google+ using this browser.
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Will Apple's solution help stop iPhone theft?
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Different interpretation of recent data
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Occupation
Technology management for small business
Employment
  • Schaffer Consulting
    Director of Technology, present
  • There Must Be A Better Way
    Consulting and sales for small business computing and networks, present
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Sherman, CT
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Introduction
My professional focus is on networks and computers for small business and mobile professionals. My work covers Internet access and e-mail, desktop and network operating systems, IBM Lotus Notes/Domino/Sametime/Quickr, Novell OES/SuSE/eDirectory, application and desktop installation and configuration, end-user training and support, and Internet applications.. I have over twenty years experience providing systems support, managing servers, and performing set up and help desk service for both LAN and mobile/remote users.
I hold an M.S. in Management Engineering.
Based in Connecticut, USA.
Bragging rights
Ski Patrol, Thunder Ridge, Patterson, NY
Education
  • University of Bridgeport
    Management Engineering
    MS in Management Engineering (joint program UB Engineering and Business schools)
  • Hampshire College
    Science & Technology Policy
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Male