Looking back on my childhood, sometimes I think it is a wonder some of us survived. My mother had 5 children and worked full time as a nurse. Understandably, after a hard day at the hospital, she often tended to be a bit lax on keeping constant tabs on all 5 of us. I can hear her now shouting out into the back yard or into the basement where
October 01, 2020
Hardware Protection Counter and Flattening the Curve
As promised in my last paean that had nothing to do with PULSEROLLER, I am going to try and write about something pertaining to our products. Hopefully, you will not close this article in disgust because I am not going to wax rhapsodic upon some nonsensical topic. Perhaps, some will continue reading precisely because of this.
May 28, 2020
The Yoda of Drums
In this forum I try either to be informative about our products or light and whimsical about observations and such that strike me as interesting. I try to stay away from things like eulogies. However, someone who had a profound effect on my general outlook on life passed away recently and it is worth mentioning.
January 28, 2020
To Be or Not to Be (Flexible)
Okay, folks. It may be time for me to actually write about something specific pertaining to our PULSEROLLER products. I have opined and waxed rhapsodic in the last few articles so much that I may have strayed from the original intent of this column, which is to provide tips, tricks, explanations, and other such unabashed ballyhoo...
December 02, 2019
I remember the first time I ever saw an Apple Store. It was around the year 2001 at the “fancy well-to-do” mall in suburban Cincinnati. I espied the glowing white on white logo out of the corner of my eye and, at first, did not know what it was.
October 02, 2019