I love this site: What’s Cooking Grandma?.
So, this is the first Mother’s Day without my mom. It was pretty sad, but everyone at the Cuene house tried their best to hold it together. There was a mass for her Sunday, and we all got together at my sisters on Saturday night for a cookout. Everyone felt a little off, as you might imagine.
The “It’s Done” on the tombstone is a long, long story. My dad put it there as a bit of an honor to Rosie, because she used to always say it as a way to close out a discussion or argument. It was a way to say, essentially, “get over it and move on”. It became sort of an inside joke as they dealt with Rosie’s illness, so he felt it was appropriate. But, there’s another side to the story, a deeper meaning of the line. It’s a rich symbol to me for something a bit more sad. But, that’s another post.
Tell me again why i’m paying through the nose for Webtrends? This might now be the best metrics app around, for business weasels like me.
Pretend for a minute you work at one of the biggest TV advertisers in the US as an interactive marketer. You see the media landscape shifting dramatically right in front of your eyes, with advertisers, ad firms, and media guys running a hundred different directions trying to make a good guess at what’s coming next. One guy knows.
You have 30 minutes with Eric Schmidt, of Google.
Gotta read this tonight, to figure out a way to tie print and our sites together: MediaPost Publications – How Print Can Add Value Online – 05/03/2007.
Back in 2000, maybe 2001. Pool and beer and music at work. But, never as much fun as this crew had doing “Flagpole Sitta” by Harvey Danger. What a blast!