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A La Carte (04/14)

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Friday April 14, 2006

Easter: Rumor has it that Americans do not enjoy Good Friday as a holiday. That is tragic. Almost all Canadians have the day off work, myself included. I suppose that taking the day off in the US of A would conflict with the separation of church and state.

Deal: Jacob Hantla alerted me to a good deal for anyone who uses Logos software. “Bob Pritchett, the founder of Libronix (, has a great freebie to boost initial sales of his just-released book, Fire Someone Today.”

Technology: Oliver Rist, who writes for InfoWorld has some fine examples of the sort of problems that technical support types have to deal with. Reading an article like this reminds me why I no longer do tech support!

Weird: A woman’s body was discovered in front of her television some three years after dying. The Telegraph reports that “Joyce Vincent was surrounded by Christmas presents and the television and heating in her bedsit were still on.”

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