Library (Home Page for Writings)

NOTICE:

All material within these documents is Copyrighted by Earl Langenberg with All Rights Reserved, except as references to other author's materials are noted (for which the respective authors retain copyright). This material may not be copied or reproduced without written permission from the author(s).

The following selections are currently posted.

Past, Present & Future Paper (Posted 9-20-99)

This paper was turned in as part of my capstone course in the management core program at University of Phoenix. It talks about what I feel I have gained by going to the University and my future plans.

Performance Management Initiative (Posted 9-20-99)

This paper was turned in as part of my human resources management course. It describes a training program that I proposed and implemented (with some modification) at Byte & Floppy Computers. It also serves as an example of the practical learning that I received at the University of Phoenix.

My Experience with Religion

This paper documents my experience with the International Church of Christ (alluded to on my biographical info page). This paper is currently under construction (indefinitely postponed).

Essay on the Events of September 11, 2001 (Posted 9-22-01)

This essay documents my thoughts shortly after the tragic events of September 11, 2001. Terrorists attacked the World Trade Center in New York City, The Pentagon in Washington, D.C. and four commercial airliners.

Excelsus® DSL Alarm Filter FAQ (Originally Posted 5-10-03; Updated Periodically)

This Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) list is presented as a resource regarding the Excelsus® Alarm Panel DSL Filter, which resolves compatibility issues between xDSL broadband service and monitored security systems. I served as the product champion for the Alarm Filter with Pulse Engineering (now known as "Pulse Electronics Corporation") for a number of years.

Other writings will be posted in the future. Please check back from time to time...

 

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