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Testing out our #ldsconf configuration with the new +The Piano Guys​ video. Welcome, welcome conference morning!
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Google's bracket, based on fan activity online, has BYU going to the Sweet 16!
Working on your bracket? Check out our #MarchMadness picks, based on #GoogleTrends.
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Movember vs. No-Shave November

Before the November starts, I did want to comment on
#Movember vs. No-Shave November. Don't get me wrong, they're both good, insofar as it's all for charity and awareness. But here's my take: Movember has been organically growing since 2003 as a movement to create awareness and raise funds for men's health issues. No-Shave November came along a few years later, mainly, I feel, as a cop-out for guys not willing to go for the mustache. The mustache is such an awkward thing until it really grows in, but that's exactly the point. It creates conversations and a sense of brotherhood that drives the movement in a way that growing a beard doesn't. Beards are not uncommon. Mustaches are bold. So do No-Shave November if you must, but it will always be Movember for me :-{)
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Our post-Conference FHE tradition with our kids #LDSConf
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"Pure Christlike love flowing from righteousness can change the world."  #ElderHolland #ldsconf

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I'd love to be able to connect Google Wallet with Mint.com. Not supported currently...
Dear +Google Wallet , please work with +Mint.com  to add support for Mint Transactions downloading. Mint is the current best place to keep track of all of our transactions, and for Wallet to get traction it needs to work with systems like these. Please consider this a petition. Linked is the support thread over at Mint: 
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Trying to get traction for a new Excel Power Users proposal on Stack Exchange. Wouldn't it be awesome?!

Currently, you have to take your VBA questions to Stack Overflow, which is really focused on more traditional coding, and your Excel forumula questions to Super User, which is really focused more on computer hardware, networking, and a host of other things. PowerPivot and dax scripting falls in an awkward place somewhere in-between, depending on the task.

The business world is full of people living in Excel every single day. This should be a no-brainer!

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Trying to get traction for a new Excel Power Users proposal on Stack Exchange. Wouldn't it be awesome?!

Currently, you have to take your VBA questions to Stack Overflow, which is really focused on more traditional coding, and your Excel forumula questions to Super User, which is really focused more on computer hardware, networking, and a host of other things. PowerPivot and dax scripting falls in an awkward place somewhere in-between, depending on the task.

The business world is full of people living in Excel every single day. This should be a no-brainer!

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Trying to get traction for a new Excel Power Users proposal on Stack Exchange. Wouldn't it be awesome?!

Currently, you have to take your VBA questions to Stack Overflow, which is really focused on more traditional coding, and your Excel forumula questions to Super User, which is really focused more on computer hardware, networking, and a host of other things. PowerPivot and dax scripting falls in an awkward place somewhere in-between, depending on the task.

The business world is full of people living in Excel every single day. This should be a no-brainer!
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This is really good.
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