I graduated in June 2013 with a bachelors in Information Technology: Systems Analysis. I currently work at a medical center where I am their database and systems administrator. Some current games that I play are Diablo 3, Never Winter, Path of Exile, League of Legends (not as often as I would like), Star Craft, and the sims.
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This post is based off of the assumption that your exchange server holds old emails for an entire month. Below are the directions to retrieve old emails off of the server in Outlook 2010.
1. Open up outlook.
2. Click on the folder you would like to restore deleted items to. For this example, I will be using my inbox.
3. Click on the folder tab.
4. Click on the icon with the label “Recover Deleted Items”.
5. Select the deleted messages you would like to recover from the recover deleted items pop up window.
6. After selecting your messages, click on the recover deleted items icon (see image below).
7. Now look through the folder you selected to verify these messages have been restored. If successful, then you should be able to find them with ease.
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Technical Recruiter at Jobspring Partners in Los Angeles. She hails from the land of cheese-steaks (Philadelphia), but is loving her current life as an LA transplant. A travel and adventure fanatic, Robin is passionate about anything related to art. She also currently plays for a co-ed flag football league!
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My title is in reference to a show called Beauty and the Geek produced by Ashton Kutcher back in 2005. Today, my company hosted a Tech Meetup called Demos & Drinks at Maker City LA in Downtown Los Angeles. The event showcased various apps in the tech space including the ever so popular alcohol delivery app Saucey, as well as Postmates and Causecast.
As I scanned the room looking for interesting characters to mingle with, I realized that technology wasn’t the only thing to evolve, PEOPLE evolved. Years ago, lets just say, 15-20 years ago, images of Steve Urkel would conjure up in our minds whenever we would think of the typical “nerd”. We thought of the geeks dressed in overalls, thick rimmed glasses and the extra nerdy types that would carry around pocket protectors.
Fast forward to 2014, our society has become so integrated. Women who were most likely the “popular girls” in high school were in attendance. Twenty years ago, could you picture the popular girls and the nerds sitting at the same table during lunch? One of my good friends is an embedded engineer who designs rockets. I, however, hail from a marketing background. I wonder if our social circles would have crossed paths 15 years ago.
In the past, the word “technology” corresponded with nerd, geek and brainy. In the present moment, technology signifies innovation, it signifies simplicity, and it signifies creativity. Saucey, the app designed by the so-called “nerds” is used by techies, athletes and the businessmen of the world. So what is the bigger picture? One way or another, the advancement of technology has brought us all together.
In that moment, I took a sip of my drink, smiled, and celebrated the fact that we were all together, no matter what our background was.
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