- Acting CMS Administrator Marilyn Tavenner confirmed the October 1, 2014, ICD-10 deadline and encouraged everyone to work diligently toward a successful […]
There were numbers of festivities going on yesterday to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the ADA. Like most of you I suspect, I can’t imagine a public building being built in a manner that excludes people with disabilities or not having kids with disabilities have full access to education and employment.
As you probably know by now, I am a huge Excel fan.
Well, I just discovered another reason to love it and to keep trying out new things.
I am currently using a beta version of Office 2010. Excel 2010 is very like Excel 2007, but one new feature I have found just blows my mind!
They are mini (cell sized) called sparklines. Say you have a table with a bunch of data in it and you'd like to keep an eye on trends. Well, just drop a sparkline at the end of the column or row.
Take a look:
How cool is that?
:: Justin ::
“Just Like You-Living, Learning, Working, Playing” is the theme for Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month in March. “Just Like You” encourages people to bring diversity to their communities by welcoming people with disabilities into local neighborhoods, workplaces, places of worship and schools.
:: Justin ::
Via one of my favourite blogs: The 19th Floor, I learned that the US will now sign the U.N. Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. This is a good thing.
There’s a great line at the end of Jonathan Coulton’s song “The Presidents” where he says “I don’t like to make political statements” and the song ends! Personally, I love to make political statements, this just isn’t my forum for them (buy me a beer anyone?).
I do however like this statement by President Obama: