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10/13/2013 : Leadership
10/25/2012 : Actually getting the book into print (part 4 of publishing a book)
10/19/2012 : Do you have YOUR copy yet?
10/02/2012 : Finding an agent (or not)
09/24/2012 : After you write it, then you have to edit it (part 3 of publishing a book)
09/21/2012 : I felt the explosion before I actually heard it (part 2 of publishing a book)
09/18/2012 : How to get yourself published, a primer for the rest of us (part 1)
09/17/2012 : My book is now available!
06/13/2012 : Looking for a few good men (or ladies)...
06/04/2012 : The View's Admin/Dev 2012 conference
09/12/2011 : A renewed National Championship
07/25/2011 : Finally! My book is "done"
02/12/2011 : Lotusphere 2011 presentations
12/15/2010 : Great racing video
12/03/2010 : GTS Winter Update letters
09/14/2010 : Video games, anyone?
08/12/2010 : Modal XPages SSJS dialogs the easy way
07/21/2010 : Ready for the UTCC
06/25/2010 : Who's the fastest?
06/01/2010 : Putnam Park in the rain (a little late)
05/04/2010 : The world's greatest video game?
01/28/2010 : Lotusphere presentations
01/15/2010 : The Art of Racing in the Rain
10/16/2009 : The ObamaBerry "crisis"
10/06/2009 : Final race of the year
10/04/2009 : The end of the season...but the game is on
09/30/2009 : Indexed...my new favorite...um...blog...?
09/29/2009 : The Teamwork Donut Hole-Eating Contest
08/27/2009 : AJAX / JSON Jumpstart files and presentation
08/25/2009 : Why looks matter (to your customers)
08/21/2009 : Myths about Notes (and Domino)
08/19/2009 : My (very) brief race last Sunday
08/18/2009 : YEAH baby! (Notes mail on my iPhone)
08/13/2009 : Using a team to build a single form (at the same time)
07/14/2009 : A hat-trick weekend!
05/21/2009 : Sunday race video
05/20/2009 : Saturday race video
05/17/2009 : A win, a second, and another track record
04/24/2009 : Finally, a little video
04/14/2009 : A winter's work validated
03/26/2009 : Audi R8 Hillclimb
02/23/2009 : A real live American Formula 1 team!
01/27/2009 : Notes 8.5 rocks!
01/21/2009 : Lotusphere 2009 session downloads
01/14/2009 : And, then it was five...
01/10/2009 : 2008 NASA Championships Video
01/08/2009 : Help desk issues never really change...
01/08/2009 : Driving in slippery conditions
12/18/2008 : Merry Christmas
11/07/2008 : Amazing flying
11/03/2008 : Congratulations Lewis Hamilton
10/30/2008 : How to pick the next President? A dance-off, of course
10/30/2008 : Happy Halloween
10/14/2008 : We made the Business First "Fast 50"!
10/13/2008 : Last race weekend of the year
10/08/2008 : The Black Cab Sessions
10/01/2008 : Can't say you didn't learn anything today...
09/19/2008 : Using your powers for good or for evil?
09/16/2008 : 2008 NASA GTS2 National Champion
09/08/2008 : NASA Championships at Mid-Ohio this weekend...
09/05/2008 : Better than chrome
08/29/2008 : More than you ever wanted to know about Domino date fields
08/27/2008 : Like a real, live, video game
08/21/2008 : Stonehenge solved...?
08/21/2008 : Welcoming a new sponsor!
08/20/2008 : I'm an idiot
08/14/2008 : Whaaaaaa...? Hmmmm?
07/24/2008 : Di-Hydrogen Monoxide? Ban it!
07/21/2008 : Bob Ivers joins Teamwork Solutions
07/17/2008 : Two more notches in the belt
07/07/2008 : What did YOU do for the Fourth?
05/20/2008 : Another good Skid Marks weekend...
04/29/2008 : Nice loaner!
04/16/2008 : Welcome...actual sponsors!
04/13/2008 : A stellar weekend for Skid Marks Race Team
04/09/2008 : The power-to-weight debate
04/04/2008 : Racing to get to the race
03/26/2008 : Sorry to admit it...
03/14/2008 : Merging Domino Domains
01/23/2008 : Moving Notes Applications to the Web
01/22/2008 : A Look Under the Hood...
01/21/2008 : AJAX and JSON Hands-On downloads
01/20/2008 : AJAX and JSON JumpStart downloads
12/09/2007 : Wow
11/20/2007 : What's your favorite car?
11/15/2007 : A new favorite web site
11/14/2007 : Simple pleasures
11/04/2007 : Looking ahead to Lotusphere
09/26/2007 : A missing iPod feature?
09/17/2007 : Woulda, coulda, shoulda
07/30/2007 : An improved AJAX NAB picker
07/17/2007 : (Relatively) quick race-weekend update
06/22/2007 : At the risk of saying, "I told you so..."
06/19/2007 : Changing technologies
05/14/2007 : Downloads from Advisor Summit/Anaheim
05/10/2007 : JSON and Domino
05/07/2007 : I like mine moving, thanks...
04/23/2007 : A great weekend of racing
04/14/2007 : Aw shucks...
04/09/2007 : Lewis Hamilton...the new Senna?
03/01/2007 : Flip your food
01/24/2007 : A blinding flash of the obvious. Social networking. Lotusphere. Together.
01/24/2007 : 5 things you may not know about me
01/23/2007 : Lotusphere day 3: The finish line!
01/22/2007 : Lotusphere Day 2
01/21/2007 : More Lotusphere Day One
01/21/2007 : Lotusphere Day One
12/28/2006 : A big JavaScript speed pick-up
12/27/2006 : Domino Web Development Boot Camp
12/01/2006 : AJAX for views?
11/20/2006 : The best Bond movie ever
11/17/2006 : Are YOU doing web development with Domino?
11/15/2006 : Lotusphere 2007 is starting to heat up
11/15/2006 : A boy's thoughts turn to...well...cars, of course
11/07/2006 : A good weekend of racing
10/11/2006 : A very cool application...
08/28/2006 : 25 Things to Always Do files
08/28/2006 : CSS JumpStart files
07/24/2006 : Custom seaching (the fast way)
06/28/2006 : Solving web replication conflict problems?
06/01/2006 : Picking out the fast ones
05/15/2006 : A strong weekend for Skid Marks racing
04/17/2006 : Want to go fast? Learn left-foot braking
04/12/2006 : Advisor Summit Day Three (part 2)
04/12/2006 : Advisor Summit Day Three (part 1)
04/11/2006 : Advisor Summit Day Two (part 2)
04/11/2006 : Advisor Summit Day Two (part 1)
04/10/2006 : Like a fish out of water
04/08/2006 : Looking for a few good men (or women)
03/09/2006 : Show 'n Tell Thursday #4
03/02/2006 : Show 'n Tell Thursday #3
02/24/2006 : Show 'n Tell Thursday #2
02/17/2006 : Daytona weekend trivia (and facts)
02/16/2006 : Show 'n Tell Thursday #1
02/11/2006 : New Lotus Advisor series in the works
02/04/2006 : The one-girl band
01/25/2006 : Lotusphere downloads 2
01/23/2006 : Lotusphere downloads 1
01/06/2006 : Getting ready for Lotusphere
12/05/2005 : Domino sites that don't look like Domino
11/08/2005 : Solving the NAB-picker problem
10/19/2005 : Now available: SMRT Motorsports gear!
10/13/2005 : Domino like the Constitution?
09/18/2005 : Danger where you don't expect it
09/17/2005 : Congratulations Brad!
09/01/2005 : It's a lot of work to go racing
08/31/2005 : Internationalizing applications
08/30/2005 : It must be budget time
08/08/2005 : Back in the saddle again (almost)
07/20/2005 : Lotus Advisor Live, Day 3
07/19/2005 : Lotus Advisor Live Day 2
07/12/2005 : More men and women things...
07/11/2005 : The difference between men and women?
07/05/2005 : An All-American 4th of July
06/26/2005 : Every kiss-off begins with Kay
06/20/2005 : Making a bad situation worse
06/16/2005 : Unless you've been living under a rock this week...
05/31/2005 : Danica is the Real Deal
05/25/2005 : A hearty welcome
05/19/2005 : Sighted: Carrera GT
05/14/2005 : Real race cars
05/11/2005 : The search begins
05/10/2005 : BigBill's Big 7, number 7
05/09/2005 : BigBill's Big 7, number 6
05/08/2005 : BigBill's Big 7, number 5
05/07/2005 : BigBill's Big 7, number 4
05/06/2005 : BigBill's Big 7, number 3
05/05/2005 : BigBill's Big 7, number 2
05/04/2005 : BigBill's Big 7, number 1
05/03/2005 : The loss of a good friend
04/30/2005 : Why people don't like Notes
04/27/2005 : Better late than never
04/26/2005 : If you can't beat 'em, shoot 'em, er, join 'em
04/08/2005 : Corner balancing
04/07/2005 : Mardi Gras in St. Louis
03/28/2005 : Digital cameras
03/17/2005 : Just so ENTIRELY stupid I had to share it...
03/17/2005 : Try IBM Workplace Services Express for yourself
03/14/2005 : Glad it wasn't my house
03/02/2005 : Direct feedback
02/17/2005 : If at first you don't succeed...
02/16/2005 : More (and more interesting) cascading menu stuff
02/15/2005 : The smoking debate? I think not
02/14/2005 : A GREAT shot!
02/14/2005 : Redneck Valentine's Day Poem
02/10/2005 : Domino web tricks
02/07/2005 : CSS Cascading Menu
01/26/2005 : Double overflow rooms
01/25/2005 : Drinking the Kool-Aid
01/23/2005 : LotusScript JumpStart Session
01/21/2005 : Weight transfer...an unexpected result
01/20/2005 : The way of the future (of Notes)
01/20/2005 : Excited about Lotusphere
01/19/2005 : So THAT's what IBM Workplace is all about
01/17/2005 : What a nice surprise!
01/16/2005 : ENOUGH with the rain, already
01/13/2005 : Suffering for software
01/05/2005 : Heel-and-toe double-clutch downshift
12/28/2004 : The joys of winter
11/24/2004 : ProcessIt! 7.5a ships!
11/18/2004 : A billion-dollar idea
11/16/2004 : Firefox/Mozilla developer tools you NEED
11/16/2004 : An open question to BLOGSphere bloggers
11/15/2004 : Steering with the throttle
11/10/2004 : A new presentation
11/09/2004 : Domino as a CSS generator?
10/05/2004 : The learning curve
10/03/2004 : Rednecks in pickup trucks...
09/09/2004 : More on CSS
08/20/2004 : A new series on CSS
07/26/2004 : What it feels like on a race track
07/23/2004 : Driving fast
07/13/2004 : Web views that actually work like, well, views
06/27/2004 : The Road Rules
06/26/2004 : The best Blog? Maybe...
06/24/2004 : @Soundex
05/10/2004 : Since my last haircut...
04/25/2004 : How to dynamically build HTML with @Formulas
04/22/2004 : What a shame...
04/20/2004 : The joy of web development in Domino
03/16/2004 : An epiphany of sorts
03/01/2004 : The golden age of automobiles
02/27/2004 : More @Formula fun
02/25/2004 : @Formula fella
02/20/2004 : A lesson for our children
02/16/2004 : There're rules about that...
02/15/2004 : Free magazines! Wahooo!
02/13/2004 : I'm a victim of design
02/12/2004 : Should be required reading for any developer...
02/10/2004 : The power of a good demo...
02/09/2004 : It's not that I don't like football, but...
02/03/2004 : Clearly a professional driver...
02/02/2004 : An initial slog into blogging...
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I've written a book.

It's a mystery/thriller called Loss of Control, and it's the story of Jake Berwyn, a software developer and amateur racing driver who tries to solve the mystery of the murder of his best friend in a fiery racing accident.

Filled with sex, intrigue, and interesting characters, it's an engaging story even if you aren't much interested in the racing as that is mostly a backdrop for the story. You can get your own copy here:

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I am the President of Teamwork Solutions a long-time Lotus, now IBM, Premier Partner.

With offices in Columbus and Cincinnati, Ohio, we specialize in custom application development for IBM Lotus Notes, Domino, and related technologies. Our software product, ProcessIt! (see below), is quite possibly the world's best, most powerful and easiest-to-use workflow tool for Notes and the web.

Our clients are some of the world's largest corporations along with others that aren't so big.

We do excellent work, quickly, and often on a fixed-fee basis. We'd love to talk to you about your next project.




I'm also the President of GOODAero, a specialty manufacturer dedicated to bringing professional quality aerodynamic products, primarly carbon fiber wings, to amateur racers. It's a labor of love.



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Copyright Porsche and NASA...not me!

I am the National Director for the German Touring Series, a German-car road racing series of the National Auto Sport Association (NASA). I am also one of two Race Directors (the people in charge of what happens on-track during a race) for NASA's Great Lakes region.

I'm a two-time NASA GTS National Champion (2008 and 2011) and a Nationally-Certified Instructor for the Porsche Club of America. In a prior racing life, was SCCA's 1991 Midwestern Regional Formula Atlantic Champion and the Ohio Vally Region's (also SCCA) 1991 Regional Driver of the Year.




I am the chief architect and one of two primary developers for what many consider the best all-around workflow tool for Notes/Domino, anywhere, regardless of price.

It's called ProcessIt!, and you can read all about it at www.notesworkflow.com but the bottom line is this: ProcessIt! is fast and easy to learn, extremely powerful, and can be used by mortals. Even--dare I say it?--common users.

You can spend a lot more on a workflow tool but you won't be able to do a lot more for all the extra money.

Don't believe me? Download and try it for free for 60 days.

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