J was working on analyzing some of our website data warehouse statistics today on Excel.
M (sarcastically): What are you doing using Excel? You should totally be using Google Spreadsheet for that!
Iâ€˜m trying really hard to avoid blogging about politics, but I canâ€™t pass up the opportunity to gloat a bit.
Here is a quote taken from a discussion on the Swing State Project (emphasis mine):
There are even those who postulate that the Republicans could snatch victory from the jaws of defeat this November by putting a greater distance between themselves and Bush on immigration, like [the Republican candidate] didâ€¦ I think we should all be a little more cautious of our expectations for this November. The GOP has thrown a huge monkey wrench in the form of Immigration into the Democratsâ€™ 2006 strategy, and itâ€™s unclear yet how the Democrats plan to manage the issue.
Itâ€™s nice to be so blatantly manipulated by the Republicans, huh?Continue reading
I was supposed to go to Yosemite today but had to cancel. 🙁
Based on discussions on flickr which reminded me about the rockslide in Yosemite blocking 140, I thought others would find this tip useful:
It is simply a must to subscribe to Yosemite Blog before your trip out there to supplement your trip. Besides some wonderful photos by the owner and other contributers, there are updates about the weather and road conditions, hiking tips and discussions. For instance, did you know the cables to Half Dome have just been put up?
Reading Dassi’s post about the new features in Plaxo’s member e-mails, I noticed something familiar in the corner.
Picture of me? Check. My birthdate? Check. Name of person? Bruce Langdon?
Well at least I’m not Dan Brown.Continue reading