Other (Non Tech)

Other (Non Tech)

iTunes Invalid Address Fix

17 May

For those of you that are regular readers of my blog, I know this is a bit of an "off topic" post, but after suffering through a few hours to pain, and relentless efforts testing and re-testing various solutions to get back into my iTunes account I just had to share this post.  As many of you will see if you do a quick google search for "iTunes Invalid Address" you will see a stream of complaints coming up starting about May 5th, and getting increasingly more common of the last few days.  Well this evening my iTunes account fell victim as I inadvertently clicked "Update" on iTunes to take it to the most current version.  

tags: General Tech, Other (Non Tech)

Expedia Twice Burned Not Going for Number Three

02 Jan

OK, so normally I try to keep the number of personal, non-tech, blog postings to a minimum on this site, since most of my readers are here for the technical content.  Well, this time I am going to make an exception.  For those of you that follow me on

Twitter

you may have already heard bits-and-pieces of my travel fiasco from last night -> this morning.  Well for the benefit of others, I thought I would share some details on my two major Expedia failures this year.

tags: Other (Non Tech), Business

My Community Involvement

23 Oct

The other day I was reading Antonio Chagoury's blog and came across one of his recent postings "Just In Case You're Not Keeping Tabs" and it got me thinking. I just got done filling out a few forms where I needed to list my community involvement, and much like Antonio I had a hard time sitting down and really coming up with the list of everything that I do on a volunteer basis. So I though I'd do something similar to what Antonio did and post my list here. I know I'm missing items, so if you know of something I'm leaving out, let me know!

tags: MitchelSellers.com, Other (Non Tech)

Why and How I Partner

07 Sep

Over the past few weeks since I announced that my company, IowaComputerGurus Inc. was going to be an exhibitor at OpenForce ’08 this November I have been asked a few questions by the community.  I feel that the answers to these questions are items that should be aired publicly; therefore I am posting this information here for all to see.  The two questions that have been coming up quite a bit recently are; Why are you sharing a booth with Seablick Consulting, and How do you choose your business partners.  I will start by addressing the second question, and returning to answer the first.

tags: MitchelSellers.com, Other (Non Tech), Business

Content provided in this blog is provided "AS-IS" and the information should be used at your own discretion.  The thoughts and opinions expressed are the personal thoughts of Mitchel Sellers and do not reflect the opinions of his employer.

Connect with Mitchel

I hope the information here has been helpful. To stay connected you can also subscribe to blog updates via email, contact Mitchel about consulting services, or reach out for assistance via CodeMendor

Content Copyright

Content in this blog is copyright protected.  Re-publishing on other websites is allowed as long as proper credit and backlink to the article is provided.  Any other re-publishing or distribution of this content is prohibited without written permission from Mitchel Sellers.