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Monthly Archive for April, 2002

Human Capitol Management

From the so esoteric you must be kidding department comes this link to an article about the burgeoning popularity of Human Capitol Management Systems. I know the chances that any of my 3 readers might find this interesting are about zero, but I wanted to save it to savor next week during my vacation. Yes, […]

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Yahoo! Tracking Users Across Sites

What happened to you Yahoo!? You used to be cool. Yahoo! Privacy :: Web Beacons Outside the Yahoo! Network Yahoo! uses web beacons to conduct research on behalf of certain partners on their web sites and also for auditing purposes.

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Excel Tips and Tricks

The Excel Logic Page is an interesting site offering all kinds of cool excel tips and tricks.

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Does Your E-Newsletter Have a Content Formula? The idea of putting out an email newsletter may seem like a no-brainer, but executing that idea — and keeping the publication going over time — is another thing entirely. Without a doubt, this is my chief concern going forward with an e-newsletter strategy. I’ve seen content development […]

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Mulholland Drive Breakdown

I picked up the Mulholland Drive DVD over the weekend. I’ve never been a huge fan of Lynch. I loved Lost Highway, but most of his other stuff doesn’t really do it for me. I mean I can appreciate ambiguity. I actually like ambiguity a lot, but so much of Lynch’s stuff just seems to […]

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oQo Ultra-portable Computer

Boy, nothing like a vaporware overpromised little gadget to make a person drool.

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Restaurant Jail

I was locked in restaurant jail tonight. Restaurant jail is what I like to call that period when you’re done eating, but you can’t leave because you have to sit there waiting to get/pay your check. It’s really just awful. You know, I don’t mind waiting for my food. I don’t even mind waiting for […]

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The Original SpyMac?

Cool In a drafty shed in rural northern California is perhaps the rarest Macintosh ever made: an electronically shielded Mac used by a spy or military agency. The machine appears to be unique, and is so secret, no one knows anything about it.

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Reinventing the Banner Ad

I don’t know that I’m ready to drink the cool aid on this one yet, but I am intrigued by the idea of: user, we know you’re busy with a task and don’t want to click through our ad, so why don’t you mark the ad and view it later? The method offered by the […]

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An Investment In Health?

The Bowflex People have just about got me with their infomercials. I know, I’m probably going to spend a grand and use the thing like 20 times, but I have to say I’m almost to the point where I just really want to have one. Now that I’m getting rid of the furniture that was […]

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