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Craig William Taylor Reached 225 LinkedIN Connections!

November 10, 2010 Comments off

On November 1, 2010 Craig William Taylor reached 225 connections.  It has been a long journey from when Craig first opened his LinkedIN account during the summer of 2010.  Although these connections are primarily from his work experience and companies he has done business with, Craig has been able to connect with people he has never met before.  Partway through the process Craig W. Taylor was found the networking groups in LinkedIN: LION500.com (Open Networkers), OpenNetworker.com and TopLinked.com (Open Networkers).  These networking groups allowed for additional connections to new people outside of Craig’s work experience.

Craig William Taylor’s connections primarily consist of people from the companies: Genentech, California ISO and OSIsoft.  Over Craig’s working life he has been employed as a database administrator and application developer for both Genentech and the California ISO interacting closely with software developed by OSIsoft.  The years of working with the OSIsoft programs has allowed Craig W. Taylor to forge many strong relationships with the entire OSIsoft company.

Craig W. Taylor LinkedIN 225

Craig William Taylor LinkedIN 225

Craig William Taylor Workbench (c)

August 30, 2010 Comments off

Craig William Taylor Workbench (c)

In 2003 Craig William Taylor designed and built a woodworking workbench while living in Vacaville, California.  Craig William Taylor’s design included using two 4 foot by 8 foot sheets of plywood that sandwiched a checkerboard style box of wood (see image 1).  This design created rigidity that made for a very solid bench for woodworking activity.  Craig William Taylor also designed the bench to fold up against a shop wall to enable utilizing the work space to park cars (see images 2 & 3).  Although the completed bench weighs a bit; a strong male can easily lift it to the wall pivoting the bench on its hinges and secure it to the wall using snap clips.

In 2010 Craig William Taylor moved the bench from his workshop in Vacaville, California to his new workshop in Granite Bay, California.  Craig Taylor was able to easily install the workbench in the new workshop by cutting and fitting new legs to meet the slop of the concrete.