Slipstick Systems was founded in 1994 by Sue Mosher, a 15-year veteran of The Associated Press, experienced journalist, technology manager and software developer. Sue was recognized for her expertise in Windows support by being named a Most Valuable Professional by Microsoft in 1994 and retired in 2011.
In January 2004, Sue sold Slipstick.com to CDOLive LLC, a company formerly focused on developing Exchange solutions. CDOLive is owned by Diane Poremsky, also an Outlook MVP and the author of several books. In addition to slipstick.com and cdolive.com, other online resources owned by CDOLive LLC include outlook-tips.net and outlookforums.com.
Slipstick Systems operates internationally from Sheffield Lake Ohio. Our major activity is researching and solving problems with Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Exchange Server. Note that we no longer do programming projects.
While all of the expertise available on slipstick.com, on Outlook Forums, and at Outlook Tips is free (and always will be free), I am available for fee-based consulting and private, one-on-one training and assistance, and assisting companies and individuals in setting up an Office 365 (hosted Exchange) account.
Diane's MVP Profile
Teach Yourself Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 in 24 hours
Microsoft OneNote 2003 (Visual QuickStart Guide)
Google and Other Search Engines (Visual QuickStart Guide)
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What Is a Slipstick?
"Slipstick" is a 1950s slang term for slide rule, a fine analog calculating instrument. Sue collected them from the U.S., Germany, Denmark, Russia and the Soviet Union.