Joe Levi:
a cross-discipline, multi-dimensional problem solver who thinks outside the box – but within reality™

Interesting links o’ the week

“So you want to hire a ‘computer person.’” A manager’s guide

We all know that “computer people” are a little bit different than “ordinary folk.” Sometimes self-pronounced nerds, geeks, or hackers, these people seem to know more about “stuff” than you thought possible. But they’re a strange group. How do you deal with a “hacker?” Won’t a hacker break into your computer and steal your trade secrets? Does “hacker” even mean what you think it means? All this, and more, can be found at

Hyperinflation on the horizon for America?

With the recent “dumping” of “money” into the economy, can inflation be far behind? How about hyperinflation as happened recently in Zimbabwe?

Mike Dopp Redeux

You missed all the “Mike’s Links Monday” posts and the general insane amount of links that embodied, don’t you? I know you do, don’t try to hide it. He recently went off-line, well, his domain name did, but he’s still out there, blogging away until he can muster up enough green to get his name-sake site back online. In the meantime, here’s where you’ll find him hiding:

First Photos, Details of Energizer Solar Recharger

Sure, Energizer makes batteries, even rechargeable ones with their own recharger. But this is above and beyond cool for a powerhouse in the name of batteries to do: couple a rechargeable battery, a charger, and a SOLAR PANEL together with a USB port for charging up your gadgets… Nice. Well done Energizer. Duracell, are you listening?

Pandora for Windows Mobile

It’s been a long – very long – time coming, but it’s here! Well, not quite for everybody, but it’s here for some (and for others who know how to h@x0r a bit): Pandora for Windows Mobile:

GE Builds OLED Christmas Tree

In the spirit of the Holiday season, GE showcases its OLED technology in a relevant fashion. The engineers and scientists in GE’s OLED research team built a Christmas tree out of OLED panels. via

Thermal Leak Detector

Winter is upon those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, and nothing hurts more than heating your home only to have it sneak out the cracks, crevices, nooks, and crannies of your home. Since heat is invisible to the human eye, we need something to help us see these escaping dollars. Introducing the Thermal Leak Detector, by Black & Decker:


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