Author Archives: Aaron Traffas, CAI, ATS, CES
About Aaron Traffas, CAI, ATS, CESAaron Traffas, CAI, AMM, CES, is an auctioneer from Medicine Lodge, Kansas. He is currently community evangelist for Purple Wave in Manhattan, Kansas. Aaron serves as the current president of the Kansas Auctioneers Association and in the past has served on the National Auctioneers Association Education Institute Board of Trustees. He is a past instructor at CAI and co-wrote and instructed the ATS designation course from NAA. He currently instructs the Internet Auction Methods course offered by the NAA. An active contract bid caller, he has competed in multiple state auctioneer contests including placing twice within the top 5 in Kansas. During the summer, Aaron operates a farm in south central Kansas. Aaron is an active singer and songwriter and the Aaron Traffas Band's latest release, Enter: The Wind, can be found at iTunes, Amazon and Spotify.
Google today, seemingly confident enough about their new browser, posted a link on their homepage for the download. While a significant percentage of the news I read over the course of the last week involved Chrome and the browser wars, … Continue reading
I’m typing away on my Apple slim aluminum keyboard. It’s the one I poured nearly a full cup of coffee into a couple weeks ago. I dried it, wet it, dried it again and when it wouldn’t work I’d left … Continue reading
Using the Internet to take bids doesn’t mean that the item will sell to Guam or Kansas Continue reading
UPDATE: The development community behind OpenOffice.org has created LibreOffice, which I now recommend instead of OpenOffice. Grab the latest version from libreoffice.org. Friday saw the release of the first release candidate of OpenOffice version 3, the free and open source … Continue reading
AuctioneerTech is a new weblog dedicated to news about technology, gadgets, services, software and hardware as they relate to the auction industry. If you have suggestions about stories or wish to contribute, please let us know in the comments to … Continue reading