- 2 LLCs and an SFDU: A Merge/Purge Fail Tuesday, 17 October 2017 8:23 am
- “Guessing is a Dumb Man’s Job” Sunday, 15 October 2017 8:30 am
- Yes to “No” Saturday, 14 October 2017 9:20 am
- ANA Pwned by Programmatic Friday, 13 October 2017 7:52 am
- Re-Seal the Deal: Category Repurchase Tuesday, 10 October 2017 8:17 am
- RT @tomfgoodwin: A lot of people in data/insight roles seem to be employed to support the current delusion, rather than establish reality a…/ / 2 hours ago
- RT @UCHCHockey: USCHO Men's Preseason Poll is out. @UCPioneers is the lone ranked UCHC team at No. 14. @ECSoaringEagles is receiving votes./ / 2 hours ago
- RT @tomfgoodwin: Design is the most underrated thing in the world. Good design only costs time and changes everything./ / 4 hours ago
- Wow. Mr. Gambill has a few extra gears there! @UCPioneers @UticaXCTF twitter.com/UticaXCTF/stat…/ / 4 hours ago
- RT @uticacollege: Record attendance, temps in the 70s, big win over @buffalostate made for picture-perfect Homecoming '17! More photos http…/ / 4 hours ago
- RT @AdContrarian: Excellent piece about online ad stupidity here: read.bi/2gYY7TG/ / 1 day ago
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“When you pass the football, three things can happen. Two of them are bad.” This quote has been attributed to Woody Hayes–probably incorrectly–Darrell Royal, Chuck Mills, and several other famous football coaches. It’s stuck with me over the years, particularly … Continue reading