The August To-Do List »
There's still one month of summer left. Before those lazy, hazy days come to an end, use our get-things-done list to make the most of this fleeting season in the sun.
Get ready for back to school while you have the time to do it. From shopping and haircuts to dentists and auto repairs.
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Dr. Milstead is an exemplary surgeon & human being. In 1984, when I was 16, I cut my right thumb off in a table saw accident. Dr. Milstead took care of my like I was his own child. Unfortunately the saw did too much damage to my thumb so it had to be removed 7 days after Dr. Milstead reattached it. For the next 5 years Dr. Milstead used his GREAT talents to allow me to once again be able fully use my right hand again. I was right handed and thanks to Dr. Milstead still right handed. I will ALWAYS be appreciative to Dr. Milstead for what he has done for me. I continue to see Dr. Milstead from time to time over the last 30 years and I consider him a friend. I have trusted him to perform surgery on my hand over 10 times. I can't say enough about how a AWESOME Doctor and person he is.
We ran into major problems with networking after upgrading our computers at our dental office. We couldn't get our programs to work or recognize the server. We only had one day to get them fixed so we could see patients. Chris from Maccentric came immediately and had everything networked very quickly and then stayed to make sure all of the programs worked on each and every computer. He went above and beyond making sure all of the computer settings were to our liking and working seamlessly. He saved us time and money by being able to troubleshoot our programs instead of us spending hours on the phone with IT departments for each one. He was extremely professional and had a wonderful attitude. Chris saved us!! I would highly recommend him or anyone who works for Maccentric.
This little shop is a wonder! Located on a narrow street and tucked in behind the house, is a tiny but true master-workshop that repairs ham radios, CBs, and other items. I brought in my CB that would transmit but not receive. The gentleman worked on it for a while, finally determining that it was, I believe, a ceramic crystal resonator. This was unusual as it was totally dead, something that doesn't often happen. This shop uses common sense and good old-fashioned intelligence to troubleshoot, diagnose and repair electronics. They have a good turn-around time and very reasonable rates. I plan on returning to them next time I'm in Louisiana and bring a couple of items for them to repair.