PowerPoint 2007 for UX Design

I have never used Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 for UX design before.  It's actually quite an improvement over the 2003 version.  The ability to manage styles so easily really has made using it a pleasure for … Continue reading PowerPoint 2007 for UX Design

No Prediction

I just looked back over the last few months of blogging.  No prediction of the Jets winning the Superbowl this year.  This was the closest I got.  Staggering.  Look at last years prediction.  And the … Continue reading No Prediction

Winter Solstice

Today is the shortest day of the year, Winter Solstice.  It is the day when, for thousands of years, mankind has celebrated the end of darkness and the beginning of a new year.  It is … Continue reading Winter Solstice

Pink Eye part 2

The other eye went pink.  I feel like Helen Gahagan Douglas.  It's painful and itchy and blurry.  So I am trying to be useful and am wrapping a few presents.  Katie yelled at me when … Continue reading Pink Eye part 2

Pink Eye

My rotten children have given me pink eye.  What a pain in the ass.  I am going to the doctor today.  I just hope that I have not infected anyone. This morning, I was getting … Continue reading Pink Eye

Jets Playoff Hopes – by Dan Lipka

This is an spell checked prognosis from Dan Lipka. (It needed alot of corrections!) Ok, assuming that the Jets win out (they play Miami and Oakland), there this is what the situation is: There are … Continue reading Jets Playoff Hopes – by Dan Lipka

24 and Penny

Katie and I watched the last DVD from Netflix of the TV Series "24 Season 1".  6 DVDs with 4 hours each.  It was a 24 marathon.  I really hate this show.  It makes no sense.  … Continue reading 24 and Penny

What does it stand for?

What is e.g.?An abbreviation for "exempli gratia,"Latin for "for example." What is n.b.?abbreviation for nota bene: used to mark something as particularly important. What is i.e.?abbreviation for "id est," Latin for "that is"; also means, … Continue reading What does it stand for?

Change of pace

I had gotten so used to being reactive at Intuit.  The phone would ring, the email would arrive, the meetings would be scheduled.  I only had time to "work" in between these hectic moments.  So … Continue reading Change of pace

Bread / First Day

Yesterday, I went to get some bread.  I said, "A two and a half pound sourdough, sliced please."  Matthew was in my arms and pointed out his index finger high in the air and yelled, … Continue reading Bread / First Day