September 25, 2008 at 11:30 am CST
What the world needs now … is Programmers, Sweet Programmers.
Every once and awhile, HR will send out an e-mail marked URGENT! Of course, if it’s marked URGENT (and includes one of those oh-so important e-mail flags), it makes me sit up and take notice.
That is -- until the URGENT e-mails became non-events. “KAT HAD HER BABY!” screamed one urgent e-mail. Congrats, Kat. But, really, was it a big surprise? I mean … was it worthy of a red flag? Doubtful. Although towards the end I did wonder if Kat was having a boy or a girl … or a Honda.
What exactly does one think of when discussing out of the box advertising? Perhaps its the recent anti-smoking commercials where song, dance, and mythical cartoon animals are used to help spread a message. Or, it could possibly be talking urinal cake advertising (don't believe me? check out - http://www.wizmark.com/). Maybe its even the little messages that you can find on Taco Bell sauce packets - "At night the sporks pick on me" or "You had me at Taco". And, I guess I should at least mention rickshaw advertising.
I’ve got two Japanese Koi at work … Shillelagh and Shenanigan. Okay, Irish-Japanese Koi. I’ve become very attached to them since rescuing them from a nearly frozen pond at my ex’s house.
Little known fact: “Corroboree” is a term coined by Australian Aborigines that means “nocturnal festival”. And, conveniently, it also happens to be a rockin’ party held at the Kansas City Zoo each year by PForm’s charity of choice, SAVE Inc.
Greetings blog readers! I had a revelation last week. I know everything! Just kidding. I did come to the realization there are a lot of good questions floating around PlattForm, and we have no one assigned to answer them! Therefore, I have decided to become our resident answer person. I will be like Dear Abby, but with fantastic hair. If you have questions, no matter how big or small, bring ‘em on!
Q: Dear Kody: If Justin Gill and Brent Gill were to fight, who would win?