Monthly Archives: May 2008

ASCII to Hex Converter

Because you never know when you’ll need to convert ASCII to Hex it’s really handy to have a good converter. Unless you know that %7E is a tilde and %2F is a forward-slash, then I would recommend bookmarking my favorite ascii to hex converter, Centricle. Even though it sounds like something covered in the anatomy […]

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Instant Information Devaluation

Information cost is a fickle animal. Ironically, information has the most value right before it’s made available to a person. This value isn’t always in the pure financial sense, but also includes the time spent to gain that information. However, as soon as the transfer of information occurs, that attained information by itself has zero […]

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New GRD Project Management Process

I recently read about a new Project Management process called “GRD”. It’s supposed to cut through all the non-essential users to streamline break-fix or emergency issue resolution. I’m still looking around for more information about this GRD Process — including what it’s an acronym for. My guess is that it stands for “Greatly Reduced *Something*”.

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