"Do you think people are too concerned about their appearences?"
30 November, 2004
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16 November, 2004
For those in the know, you're aware that I spent last weekend (and then some) driving down to Alabama with Jenny. And let me tell you, there's a lot of driving in there. (Although I didn't mind doing most of it, because Jenny's Prius was super sweet to drive!).
10 November, 2004
Warning: Geeky coder post follows
We are currently in the process of deploying our new website at work, and we're using Vignette's portal and CMS products to do so. I'll summarize my feeling about these products: They suck.
08 November, 2004
Analyzing Customers, Best Buy Decides Not All Are Welcome [ad before the story]
Mr. Selden had never applied his angel-devil theories to a retailer as large as Best Buy, whose executives were skeptical that 20% of customers could be unprofitable. In mid-2002, Mr. Selden outlined his theories during several weekend meetings in Mr. Anderson's Trump Tower apartment. Mr. Anderson was intrigued by Mr. Selden's insistence that a company should view itself as a portfolio of customers, not product lines.
Or, to summarize the whole article: "We're getting rid of the cheap stuff, and no more deep discounts. So that leaves us with, um, the expensive stuff. Hurry up and buy it, suckers!"