Just thought I'd promote it a bit here, in a fairly formal fashion. As many of you know, I've been involved within this BlackBerry community for some time, as a BlackBerry enthusiast and IT professional/engineer. I am that guy in the office who loves to send emails to my particular group, often times reaching double-digits in paragraph numbers. My co-workers absolutely love to press 'Delete' whenever they receive an email to me. Anyhow, in an effort to curb my creative enthusiasm in the workplace with my email communication, I am going to turn that energy towards my column on BlackBerryCool.com
(in addition to my standard 10,000 posts per day here).
Steve St. Pierre, mastermind of BlackBerryCool.com
, has quickly earned my respect for his knowledge of BlackBerry, his professionalism with his writing, and his knack for artistic design (something that is all-too-often missing when a technogeek decides to invade the Internet space with an idea). Between Steve and Tom (owner of BlackBerryForums.com
), I cannot think of two better pseudo-bosses to have (aside from my real-world management, of course).
Here is my article. Enjoy. BlackBerryCool >> Jibi-Jabber: Daylight Savings & the BlackBerry
As mentioned my next article will be based on a thread I created here, taking the creative input from our community's members. More info can be found here: What Would Make BlackBerry Better?
P.S. - In my article, I do make mention of my NYE for Y2K. Just to note, my pseudonym, jibi, was coined that night. AFTER the deflation that was Y2K (yes, I was expecting the world to end), I visited Toomer's Corner in Auburn, AL, for Toomers 2000, the 4th largest gathering of people in the United States for the millenium celebration. That was a great night (although very few memories were known the next day)... 'legendary' definitely comes to mind.