The house is open here in Tampa, and the weather is great. The Pack is walked and fed. This morning’s breakfast fare was baby bok choy scrambled eggs… Not bad for a very low carb-diet start.
And I’ve sneezed close to 30 times. It is the attack of the “killer” pollen grains time. They’ve returned with a vengeance.
And every yard is beginning to green up on the street, except for the next door neighbor’s. Their front lawn, albeit lack thereof, looks like S#@*, strewn with three-week old newspapers and broken accent lights. Their pool is a black pit of ooze and it all reminds me of 1313 Cemetery Lane. I keep expecting to catch a glimpse of Lurch moving somewhere behind the ramshackle fence.
I began working on one in Excel 2010. Excel has the hyperlink capability and I am listing my Posts by surname and date. It is working quite well. (Thank you to those who tried it out.) The question is “how will I provide an immediate access to any reader of A Genealogy Hunt?”
One thing I did discover is that if I email the Excel spreadsheet which has an XLSX extension to a gmail address, Google does an immediate conversion of the Excel 2010 file to a Google Docs spreadsheet. This is great. The issue is, of course, not everyone has a gmail address.
Stay-tuned for the updates.