I’m sure you are all dying to know if I made it to work on time today 🙂 Yep, I did. Instead of the hour and 15 minutes it took yesterday it only took 40 minutes today so I was early which I much prefer.
It was quite a productive day and I discovered two more Intuit blogs. I already regularly read the Official Quickbooks Online Weblog. The Rental Property Manager group has also just started a an official blog. Both of these are group blogs. On the Rental Property Manager Blog they are trying out the idea of pointing users to the product forum to make comments. It will be interesting to see how it works. Group blogs like these and the Tom Peters Weblog have a different flavor than individual blogs but I still enjoy reading them. I think they are strongest when the personalities of the individuals and of the team come through.
I’m also going to enjoy reading the blog one of my co-workers has started. Christine Rimer’s blog chronicles the progress in creating a Quicken team blog. These are exciting times. It will be very interesting to see what kind of an impact blogging has.
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Hey!!!!! Congrats on the new job, nice new blog. Way to stay connected. Thanks for the link! Will update your link on my blog to point here.
Take care. Let me know when Intuit wants to get rid of the spinning rust on the desktop. 🙂
Thanks ThinGuy. I am still getting used to my windows laptop. I miss the instantaneous SunRay ‘boot’
My PC recently died and I replaced it with an iMac. I’m a long time Quicken user, running Quicken 2008 and an IT professional. I was able to extract all the files I need to rebuild under Quicken for Apple. I am disappointed to learn that Intuit doesn’t offer any credit for switching platforms. Is anyone aware of a way to get a credit?
I no longer work for Intuit. I was laid off 2 years ago. So I am
afraid I have no idea if you can get a credit for switching