Here is my team.
QB: Matt Hasselbeck (Seattle)
RB: Marion Barber (Dallas)
WR: Santana Moss (Washington) and Terrell Owens (Dallas) – yeah I know, once a 49er’ always one.
TE: Tony Gonzalez (Kansas City)
Defense : Ravens
K: Matt Stover (Baltimore)
I am doing okay, in my league, won 2 lost 1.
I changed the name from BuzzGain DoItYourselfers. What is yours?
More money. Check.
Bigger name. Check.
More resources. Check.
Must be better?
Save a large file on Google Docs? (Sorry).
Zoho Writer absolutely beats the pants out of Google. If you have to save large files (which I just had to). I got kicked out of Google 4 times. Gave up.
Went to Zoho writer. No problem.
Zoho has THE best office productivity suite on the cloud. By far. Bar none.
Clear and to the point – writing in plain English.
a) Use common, everyday words
b) Use “you” and other
c) Use “must” instead of
d) Avoid using undefined technical
e) Use positive rather than negative
f) Avoid using gender-specific
g) Avoid long strings of nouns
h) Use active voice
i) Use action verbs
j) Use the present tense
k) Use parallel construction
l) Be direct
m) Avoid using unnecessary exceptions
Seems to be a week of great diagrams, information and analysis. Paul points us to this great graphic of venture capital distributions in the US by state. The most surprising part is the participation of Colorado and Utah. Who woudda thunk it?
Smart Money Map of the Market is a must view daily for everyone looking to get a birds eye view of wall street. Its an interactive graphic with the top news and trends in a single page.
Will asked yesterday for the China graphic, and I thought it would be good to see the relative spend India and China on the same items. Needless to say China is WAY ahead on every item in terms of consumption.
Below is the spending on various goods and services for India from the NY times article, but their graphic is MUCH better.
Great NYT interactive flash graphic on how much people spend on Electronics, Clothing, Alcohol & tobacco, Household goods and recreation the world over. Its a pseudo world map with relative sizes of spending depicted by the size of the box.
Its clear the developed nations have the lions share of the spend, but its very revealing to see the size of recreation spend.
hat tip. Flowing data is one of my favorite blogs BTW.