All posts by: Nikki DeLellis

About Nikki DeLellis

Help Us Celebrate!

“We are so incredibly happy at Acertara for our Probe Lab Supervisor, ZJ for becoming a United States citizen yesterday. A long and hard path, but so very, very worth it.” – G. Wayne Moore Last month, ZJ completed the process and took the Oath to become a United States Citizen. Check out his journey … Continue reading

February 10, 2020 Newsletter

Predictions for 2020

G. Wayne Moore, B.Sc., MBA, FASE 1/14 /2020 Someone once commented that the trouble with predicting is that it’s always about the future. Well, I am not going to let that caveat keep me from making a handful of wild-eyed predictions for 2020. But first an observation about the year itself; if you made 2020 … Continue reading

January 13, 2020 Newsletter

Merry Christmas

G. Wayne Moore, B.Sc., MBA, FASE 12/10 /19 I have amazing memories of Christmas. My Dad was career Navy and because of that we moved around the country – a lot. Most of the places we lived did not have snow. When my Dad retired from the Navy we moved to Boise, Idaho. It was … Continue reading

December 4, 2019 Newsletter

Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) – What it Means for ISOs and HTMs

11/12/2019 During the last 45 days three separate lawsuits have been filed in Federal courts by Philips Healthcare. These lawsuits are against; 626 Holdings Inc. (Case 9:19-cv-81263-RS), Summit Imaging Inc. (Case 2:19-cv-01745-MLP), and KPI Healthcare Inc. (Case 8:19-cv-01765-JVS-JDE). One of the main claims in each of the above lawsuits is the alleged violation of certain … Continue reading

November 11, 2019 Newsletter

A Prairie Home Companion

The Lake Wobegon Effect 08/13/19 “The Lake Wobegon effect is a natural tendency to overestimate one’s capabilities and see oneself as better than others. Research psychologists refer to this tendency as self-enhancement bias and have found evidence for its existence in many domains.” Psychology Wiki Garrison Keillor (A Prairie Home Companion) made a hugely successful … Continue reading

August 12, 2019 Newsletter