We talked about:
In-studio guest Iain Urquhart from Microsoft’s Atlanta office stopped by to talk about the end of support for Windows XP and what both businesses and individuals can do to get to something better! For starters, go to here: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/end-support-help! And did you know that XP is 13 years old. In dog years (aka tech years) that’s like about 96. Time to let gramps take a rest!
We also talked about the dreaded performance review. Okay, I ranted about it. But really, they’re the worst. I think the whole system needs to change. What do you think?
And, in the headlines today…
- Georgia universities making some important lists. US News & World Report’s Best Grad Schools and The Princeton Review’s list of best video game design schools!
- The Fulton Industrial area is getting a refresh thanks to its CID… and what the heck is a CID anyway?
- Design revealed for some snazzy new buildings at the so-called “Symphony Site” in Midtown.
- And… A piece of NASA’s Columbia Space Shuttle has landed in Georgia at the Tellus Science Museum in Cartersville. Who knew?
Tune in tomorrow to talk about the blurred lines between business and personal in the digital world!