Saturday, April 17, 2004


Believe it or not I saw one on the road today.

Sounds like a plan

A token post so that you know I'm still alive.

Yesterday while eating lunch I watched Comedy Central's "Straight Plan for the Gay Man." It's worth a look. Here's a line I thought was pretty good, though I disagree with anyone who would put down the bow tie.

"No straight man knows how to tie a bow tie. That's why they invented these: RSVP cards. Simply check "No, I will not be attending your stupid black tie event."

Friday, April 02, 2004

Attn: Board Members

Pando Lundworth has registered Sorenson Industries as a Microsoft Partner. This entitles us to the Microsoft Office Toolkit which includes a copy of Office 2003. Pando has gone ahead and ordered a Toolkit for the Provo East office, and I thought that this might be something that could benifit the Provo West, Texas, and New York offices as well. Here's the link if you're interested:
Office Toolkit

update: Ok, originally this was a slickdeals posting. By the time I got to it said the offer was no longer available but after looking around a bit I found I could place an order after having registered Sorenson Industries. Now it looks like it's just working anyway so you don't have to worry about any registration. I've since ordered two more tool kits under different names and companies.