Bryan has been happily married for 11 years, has no kids, and is happier because of it. Bryan is a shameless and prolific cigar aficionado. He’s a whiskey man, who has been known to swear on occasion.

Bryan has worked as an IT technical instructor and consultant for most of his adult life and loves every minute of it.

His writing is rebellious yet poignant and drips with sarcasm. His favorite topics include his very hot wife, gaming, information technology, freedom of thought and expression, cigars and booze, and his unique observations about the absurdity of human life.

Cutting the (Cable) Cord Part 2: How I Did It

In Part 1, I described your options for cutting the cable cord. Here I disclose which option I went for and how I have it

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Cutting the Cord Part 1: Your Options

I recently joined the ranks of an exclusive club (well, sort of exclusive) and officially “cut the cord”. If you are unaware of the concept,

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On Being a Linchpin

The highest level of management I’ve reached in my career is Operations Manager. It was a tough job, but I was successful. I was good

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How Weight Watchers Changed My Life

So fellas, what was your first impression of the title? Did you call me derogatory names? Did you laugh? Why is Bryan talking about meetings

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Stuff I Don’t Believe In

The title says it all. I left out the obvious shit, like Leprauchans, Unicorns, and Santa Claus: Any God or Gods, personal or Biblical, or

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F is for “Effort”

Apparently there are some New England Schools publishing something the media has dubbed the “Effort Roll”. It’s a list of students who did not make

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NERD ALERT: The “Cloud Computing” Phenomenon

This one goes out to all my geek peeps. Word to your mutha. For about a year now,  I have been hearing/reading the phrase “Cloud

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A Long Overdue Rant on Facebook

Part 1 – In the Beginning. So I’ve been on the juggernaut that is Facebook for just over a year now. And it has further

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The Subtle Art of BS Detection, Part 3: Final Thoughts

So let’s sum up BS Detection. What follows are some basic guidelines for good BS Detection: Realize that you have biases, and admit them to

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The Subtle Art of BS Detection, Part 2: Lies, Damn Lies, Statistics, and the Media

Let’s take another type of BS I’ve heard of late. Statistics. For example, on someone’s Facebook status recently, they said: “Dr. Oz says that 200+

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