EA Course Materials on docs.com

I am giving docs.com service a try.  We'll see how well this works... or not. Here is a trial collection of materials I worked on for a course in enterprise and systems architectures.

Learn about the iBill Currency Reader

The Bureau of Engraving and Printing, part of the U.S. Department of the Treasury, is providing currency readers, free of charge, to eligible blind and visually impaired individuals. This is part of a program to help persons with visual impairments work with U.S. currency. For more information and to apply for a reader, visit http://www.bep.gov/uscurrencyreaderpgm.html

Sharing Product Reviews on Amazon

I have shared some product reviews on Amazon at https://goo.gl/X9HtVz.

No particular focus in terms of type of product.  A mix of stuff that includes books, clothes, household items and electronics.  If you see a review that was helpful, please give that feedback.

I'm currently about 4,000,000 places from being a "top reviewer" but still appreciate the comments and clicks where a review was helpful.

Redeem Mutilated Currency

Did you know that if you lawfully hold mutilated currency, you can redeem those notes at full value?  You can do that by contacting the Dept. of Treasury's Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Several conditions have to be met - e.g., at least 50% of an identifiable note must be present - but the Bureau handles approximately 30,000 cases per year and redeems approximately $30million per year in this program. For more information, see http://www.bep.gov/services/currencyredemption.html