Hugh Macleod: thanks for the troll cartoon, you made me laugh!
The NASA site has a photo of a total eclipse, as seen from space, yesterday. Of course Susan Kitchens has details. She always blogs cool space stuff since she knows a lot of people at the JPL. Don't miss the video (click here and visit the Webcast). The good stuff starts at about the 50 minute mark if you just want to see the good stuff.
The Wells Fargo blog is an interesting look back at earthquake history (they are preparing for the 100th anniversary of the earthquake and fire that destroyed much of San Francisco). You know, it's a bit safe and not very conversational (yet) but I like it. One post tells about banks running out of money after the 1989 earthquake (they couldn't get the armored cars out of the garage due to doors that needed electricity to work). What did they do? Put $15 million into a stretch Lincoln. What does that have to do with banking? Well, they want to remind you that they've been around that long and that they'll survive anything and make sure you get your cash. Great marketing.
Speaking of earthquakes, there's a Firefox plugin that'll shake your browser anytime there's an earthquake in the world.
A geek nurse? Yeah, Jason Ipock is a registered nurse and he's also a software engineer. Blogs too. Anything he can't do?
Zoli does a job search experiment. He is selling "Zoli 3.0." Management, sales, business development, and PM experience. Anyone need someone with those skills? Here's your chance.
Reuters is reporting that quite a few of you have naked conversations (real ones) when you're on the phone. Ooooookkkkkk. I'm not using the phone at your house anymore. 🙂
Are you going to the CITA show next week? Well, Waggener Edstrom is back with its Wynn hotel blogger lounge, April 4-6. They even let in non-blogger types if you're nice. It's a good place to get a snack, a rest, and recharge all your batteries while you're in Vegas. Tell them I sent you.