Sip of the Day – September 25, 2008

Sip of the Day:
Excel Tip: Switching Between Worksheets

Titera’s Tidbit: Window
A window, in the poetic language of the Old Norse, was literally “the eye”, auga, of a house through which the wind passed: thus vindauga, “wind-eye”. The original Old-English term for the same this was eagthyrel, “eye thirl”, or eyehole.

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· Super Sip Saver – Free Utility to Save All Your Passwords

Video of the Day: Don’t Pirate Music (Rated: PG)


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