Formulas are a vital part of a good database because they provide rules that manage our data in automated processes. That sounds super fancy – and while accurate – it makes formulas sound more complicated than they need to be.
Lately, my home office has been feeling a bit lonely. I love working 20 feet from my bedroom – the commute is awesome. But sometimes I crave the energy of an office and chatting with colleagues (in person – not just over Zoom). Heck being closer to downtown wouldn’t hurt either.
I love being alive in 2018. I grew up in a strange environment where my mother believed she was meant for the era of Jane Austen, but I never identified with that emotion. For me, the present holds so much unbridled potential that I get giddy when I stop to think about all of the things I want to do.
This morning, I met with a local business owner to discuss having a sprinkler system installed. Actually, I was hoping our existing (defunct) system could be repaired – but I didn’t think it was likely.
I was speaking about Airtable the other day. Shocker – I know. As is sometimes the case, the person I was speaking to had not yet heard of Airtable, so I had to pull out my trusty brief description:
“It’s like Excel, but in the cloud, and more of a database tool than a spreadsheet tool.”