…and other stuff

The subtitle of this page says it, therfore I am legally obligated to provide you with some non-Excel information. Here’s a small sample of blogs I read:

jwalkblog – I’d always heard that blogging was a big mutual admiration society. The inbreeding of the internet. Well, JWalk linked to me earlier this week and now I’m linking to him. I guess it’s true.

The Curmudgeonly Clerk – Unlike some legal blogs, this one is always interesting. Very indepth analysis of current, and not so current, legal topics. And this guy’s smart – I have to have Dictionary.com open when I read it.

Offwing Opinions – A sports blog with a lot of hockey posts. I haven’t found a good Colorado Avalanche blog, but this is the next best thing.

And finally, this one is a blog that I just found recently so I haven’t read it before. It was one of the first links to my blog. I thought the post she wrote was pretty funny. I wasn’t sure if I was supposed to be insulted, so I took it as a compliment. From the sounds of it, she won’t be a regular reader here.

The Sum is Greater Than the Whole from MonkeySee

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5 thoughts on “…and other stuff

  1. Don’t worry about her Dick, us Excel nerds have got to stick together.

    Viva la Spreadsheet, Viva la Excel!

  2. You now hold second place for the most times I have visited a blog! I have been to your blog 7 times. First place holder is the J-walk blog which I have visited approximately 4272 times.

    Part of my initial attraction (besides the subject matter) is the nice clean look, not too cluttered. Good Luck!

  3. Wendy: I’m honored! I fear that use too many screen shots and it might slow it down too much. What do you think?

  4. Well, given the subject matter, how can you avoid the screen shots? Maybe you can experiment with how small you can make them before your myopic readers complain…

  5. I probably can’t (and shouldn’t). Besides, nobody has complained yet, so I guess I’ll stay the course until someone does.


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