• Welcome new members! Please introduce yourself to the community.

    We're glad you're here!  Please tell us about yourself.  What brought you here?  How can we be of service? What do you enjoy doing when you're not working? 
    Donna Garber
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  • Riddle Me This...

    I love riddles!  I thought it would be neat to share some of our favorite riddles.  They can be simple ones or brain-benders!   I'll start!   I disappear every time you say my name. What am I?
    Tari Scott
    created by Tari Scott
  • What are your favorite inspirational quotes and why?

    Let me get you started, here are mine (in no particular order):   “Life is short, break the rules, forgive quickly, kiss slowly, love truly, laugh uncontrollably, and never regret anything that made you smi...
    Vern Bastable
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  • Internet Usage per day

    How long do you use internet in a day? and for what?
    Kamalarajan S
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  • Gratitude Project

    For many of us in the States, November is a time to give thanks and show your gratitude for all the things you have in your life. My personal perspective is to show gratitude all the year round, but since this is espe...
    Teri Albert
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  • Windows Phone 8. Who has used it and what do you think?

    I am considering Windows Phone 8 and would like to know if anyone is using one. How well does it work for business? I mostly use my phone for work and browsing the web.
    Seth Faber
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  • What is your Sucess Mantra to Knock out the work Stress?

    Any Activity, Music, Reading, Sport Gym, Only  Superman have no Stress because he have many power but have no Wife
    Rahul Solanki
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  • Famous rock bands of the 60s, 70s, early 80s

    For those of you that remember the 60s, 70s, and early 80s, I believe we were part of the greatest era of rock bands. List your favorite 5 rock bands of that era.
    John Marotta
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  • Japan comes to London

    Genki Sudo and World Order bring their skills to the streets of London.     See the earlier video here: Today's off-topic topic from Japan
    Nicholas Howe
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  • Exploring Discussion setup

    checking out discussion forum settings
    Bruce Runyan
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  • What defines 'you' beyond tech and big data?

    At it's core, this is a technical forum, where technical people can get together and discuss very technical topics. But our lives encompass so much more than just technology, so I ask: what defines YOU when you're off...
    Nick Gable
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  • Apple at work - just for fun?

    Hi. I have been using Windows XP for what feels like decades. Would love to work on a Mac, I think? Do anyone out there have any experience on going from PC to Mac at work? Is MS Office truly compatible on both platf...
  • new comers

    it is good to start with new comers to understand and
    Hammad Lodhi
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  • Today's off-topic topic from Japan

    A bit of fun for a Monday: Genki Sudo - World Order - 'Have A Nice Day'     Japanese modern dance group 'World Order' does it again with a fascinating roboto-style music video in Tokyo's Akihabra district.
    Nicholas Howe
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  • HowStuffWorks "10 Most Popular Computers in History"

    HowStuffWorks "10 Most Popular Computers in History" HowStuffWorks Do you remember your first computer? These 10 models gave many of us our first glimpse at the digital world. See if your favorite made the cut. ...
    Donna Garber
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  • Something fun for us nerdy programmers

    Someone sent me this the other day and my propeller start to spin:   http://www.ariel.com.au/jokes/The_Evolution_of_a_Programmer.html
    Cris Danci
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  • Rosetta Stone?

    Are there any Rosetta Stone users here? I have been learning Spanish online for around 6 months.    Very impressed so far but the hardest thing is finding the time
    Andrew Sleight
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  • iPhone App for HDS Community

    I'm wondering if anyone is thinking about the possibilities for an HDS Community smartphone app?
    Tony McGettigan
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  • Longevity and Leadership the norm at HDS

    While reading all these fantastic articles about who's suing who's, for breaching employeement contracts, I've had a chance to reflect on something I've recently noticed about HDS. While working closely with HDS, I've...
    Cris Danci
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  • How does a wine barrel compare to storage?

    I thoroughly enjoyed reading how Antonio Bongiorno compares them in his blog, The Wine in the Barrel.   Thank you Antonio! 
    Donna Garber
    last modified by Donna Garber