Articles By Ken Hanley

“A Marine is a Marine is a Marine

“A Marine is a Marine is a Marine

Not only do Marines never leave anybody behind, they know that the Marine who files the paperwork is as important...

March 3rd, 2005 Ken Hanley
The price of thinking out loud

The price of thinking out loud

The CIO asked for a cup of coffee, and the IT group ended up buying a small South American nation…...

February 3rd, 2005 Ken Hanley
CW-05-01-Editorial-Phisher is caught in his scamming act

CW-05-01-Editorial-Phisher is caught in his scamming act

Boondocks is a great comic. In one of my favorite strips, Grandfather Truman, faced with another of the innumerable scams...

January 6th, 2005 Ken Hanley
vegas as a hotbed of innovation

vegas as a hotbed of innovation

Yes, it is possible to learn something constructive in Las Vegas beyond when to split a pair against a Pai...

November 11th, 2004 Ken Hanley
A letter to software salespeople

A letter to software salespeople

The other day I was talking to an IT manager I work with and she was laughing about a meeting...

October 27th, 2004 Ken Hanley
An industry badly in need of advice

An industry badly in need of advice

The faster the world spins, the more things are likely to fly off. — Anonymous I’m afraid one of the...

September 30th, 2004 Ken Hanley
A list of things that bother me

A list of things that bother me

I was going to write something friendly and innocuous this week. But I’m in a black mood, so the musings...

September 16th, 2004 Ken Hanley
The times they are a changing

The times they are a changing

How many times have you heard that line applied to the technology business? Overused, overworked, over-marketed. But I’m talking about...

September 2nd, 2004 Ken Hanley
Help me figure out this mystery e-mail

Help me figure out this mystery e-mail

I can’t remember the last junk e-mail I received, the one advertising discounted little blue pills or a chance to...

August 19th, 2004 Ken Hanley
Wine world reveals a valuable lesson

Wine world reveals a valuable lesson

Change sucks. Or vive le change. It all depends on your perspective, of course, and more importantly (and more cynically),...

August 5th, 2004 Ken Hanley