Wednesday, January 20, 2010

The Decision Tree: How Smarter Choices Lead to Better Health | Magazine

After Fran Melmed called this article to my attention, I also heard several other people raving about it before I had a chance to give it a read myself. Now that I have, I am even more intrigued by the concept of visualizing your health decisions.
And while planning out my own decision tree, I noticed that the piece went on to show 3 sample decision trees for people who were dealing with health issues ... and one of them turned out to be my friend Alex Carmichael. Definitely worth a read!

[Editor's Note: "The Decision Tree" is now available; find out more at http://thedecisiontree.com/blog/]

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Friday, January 1, 2010

TPS has a new widget!


We've been adding features galore on TPS ... and are now featuring two new widgets. The first can be seen on my sidebar ... and the second is here. I think that these are great additions to any blog ... or blog post.
We've been experimenting with adding TPS Map widget to all of our posts on CrumpleItUp, and I should probably start doing it here as well. What do you think?

At long last, The State is on video

This short-lived MTV comedy series featured some of the most memorable skits around ... like "I'm Doug" and "$240 worth of Puddin." Check out Rick Klau's blog for the best writeup on that one.
The show featured Michael Ian Black (one of the funniest guys who hasn't quite made it) plus Thomas Lennon and Kerri Kenney from Reno 911.
If you're into sketch comedy on the edge, The State should be considered the less-well-known little brother of Kids in the Hall, Mr. Show and Chappelle's Show.

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