Mike Spath points out that doing an interview for the official site is a pretty good indicator he'll be back.
Sorry to use this board for this, and trust me - I would much rather be talking football. But often you guys are really knowledgeable about a lot of things.
My current camera sucks. It is a Canon Powershit A550. It makes my kids look terrible and I think my wife and I are going to regret it if I don't get a nice one.
My stepson has a $600 (or maybe $900) nikon that takes exquisite pictures. But it is big and bulky - like professional cameraish.
I want an all in one dealy like the Powershot that takes beautiful pics. Price is and isnt an object. I think $500 would be acceptable.
Anyone have any ideas?
First, thanks to whomever posted the link to Dell for NCAAF 11. $40 and UPS tells me it's getting delivered today. Pleasantries aside, a question:
How do I download a roster (with player names) to my XBOX 360? Another user has to go and name all of the players and then I download that from the EA site onto my XBOX 360? Step by step instruction for the elderly please. Thank you.
EDIT: Updated XBOX to XBOX 360.
In his latest No Reservations - "Heartland" (rerun 2 am, Thur at 9, Friday 1 am, next Monday at 7) he starts off in Ann Arbor (probably from his talk at the Michigan Theater- great discussion) and gives it major props, before featuring a chef in Livonia. Of course, on the other hand, he goes to Columbus...but even the Ohio guy with him thinks of Columbus as a cultural wasteland. He hits other cities too, but of note, gives compliments to college students growing standards of taste when heading to Austin.
Another MGoBlog meme lives on:
Kinda makes you wonder if David Brandon had been reading MGoBlog extensively before leaving Domino's to become AD.
We overtook PSU today for the first time in about 3 weeks to take the lead. We have the needle buried (yes, buried and buried hard) at above 100%. But PSU has responded and is increasing rapidly. This is absolutely a competition between UofM and PSU.
Today's results were boosted by a mention sent out by the Alumni Association in the past couple of days. If anyone has contacts within the Alumni Association, please reach out to them and make sure they know we need their support over the next few weeks. We need your support too, so please bobble as often as possible.
Because my son is 13 we pay close attention to all issues of college funding and return on education investment. I found an article at Business Week that seems to call into question how much all of that debt and spending is really worth.
There are some issues with the methodology that need to be cleaned up, but this does seem to be a sobering look at what future graduates can get out of spending boatloads of cash. I always wondered what some of my fellow students were going to do in order to payoff student loans that rivaled home mortgages with degrees that only payed in the mid 20's.