Monthly Archives: June 2003

Blog One Year Anniversary!

Today marks the 1st anniversary of this blog. While it’s hard to say how many entries I have for the year, it’s been productive. I’ve managed to utilize blogs in my business courses, develop a number of presentations for faculty, … Continue reading

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Say Something Ketchuppy!

Today Stephanie and I were shopping at our local Publix when I noticed that Heinz has a new marketing campaign: Say Something Ketchuppy!. It’s great! If you visit their website, they have all of the different bottle labels listed along … Continue reading

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World’s Largest Crossword Puzzle

Even if I decided to buy this… where would I put it? Maybe my office? Tell people that it helps me think? At the same time, I’m strangely attracted to the idea of having a 7’x7′ puzzle on my office … Continue reading

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William Safire’s Rules for Writers

I’ve seen this list all over (a Google search listed 600+ references), but can’t seem to find the original information. If you find it, I’d be interesting in knowing. William Safire‘s Rules for Writers: – Remember to never split an … Continue reading

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Hulk Mastercard???

Now I’ve seen it all. I just received an e-mail for a Hulk Mastercard. I don’t think I could ever — with a straight face — ask someone to accept it.

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Vacation Destinations

We recently made a list of where we would like to vacation (notice, there’s no clear timeline — just a list of where we would like to visit as of today). Here goes: 01) Africa – Specifically a safari of … Continue reading

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Google Catalogs!

A new tool by Google that allows you to search through catalogs. This could be bad. Talk about what it will do for Christmas shopping… Oh… let’s see… Ballard Designs, Bas Bleu, Blue Fly, Boudin Sourdough Bakery, Brooks Brothers … … Continue reading

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