Archive for August, 2008

Jenny Du would drink Mickey’s 40s in the office

Thursday, August 28th, 2008

Drinking a 40 with Sean Stahlman, Chris Phillips, Olga Mamontov, Thanh Duong, and William Flaiz

Jenny Du would partake in drinking Mickey’s 40s in champagne glasses. How is Drinking Mickey’s 40s at the Avenue A | Razorfish SEO office allowed you may ask? Easy. Be part of a kick@ss SEO team and pour some for the boss man. Thanks for the great idea, Sean Stahlman!

Jenny Du drinking Mickey 40s at Avenue A | Razorfish

Jenny Du would have Isaiah Zagar beautify her house

Thursday, August 28th, 2008

Jenny Du\'s house, mosaic by Isaiah Zagar

I don’t know if a lot needs to be said about this picture. Courtesy of Isaiah Zagar, I own a beautiful work of art. I didn’t know I could love my house anymore than I already did, but having this mosaic done definitely increased the love.

Jenny Du would co-host Philadelphia Web Analytics Wednesday

Thursday, August 28th, 2008

WAW sponsored by Avenue A | Razorfish Analytics

This was the third Web Analytics Wednesday in Philadelphia that Brian Cosgrove, Brian McGinty, and I hosted. The first two were sponsored by tealeaf and this third was sponsored by Avenue A | Razorfish Analytics. We tried an open roundtable to have the group share their thoughts on analytics packages and topics they were interested in for future WAWs. It’s been a great turnout and I can’t wait for the future ones which we’ve confirmed will be sponsored by FactorTG, WebTrends, and Google Analytics. Is it odd that I’m this excited about WAW?

Hello Jim Hedger and Brian Cosgrove!

Wednesday, August 27th, 2008

Thank you :)

Jenny Du would climb the Google dinosaur

Wednesday, August 27th, 2008

Jenny Du and Dare Bear at the Google dinosaur

Some people have asked why I climbed the Google dinosaur. The simple answer is “because I can.” Basically, this is something Jenny Du would do. Was it difficult? No. Dare Bear hoisted me above its ankle and a few feet higher, we were ready to pose. The Google security guard was nice enough to wait until we had a few key shots before asking me to get down for my safety.

The question you may have is, “how impressive is this really?” Let’s consider the picture below. It’s a fuzzy shot of the same night, at the Google Dance 2008. Loren Baker, who is nearly 7 feet tall, is just within danger level with the dinosaur’s head. He is much braver than me. While I braved the climb, estimated at 6 feet above ground, Loren did not fear the bite of the beast. Ah SES San Jose 2008.

Look how tall Loren is relative to the Google dinosaur