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Friday, January 29, 2016

Printable Super Bowl Squares 2016


Match-ups for the 50th Super Bowl are set which means it's time to download your Super Bowl Squares 2016 Excel template for office pools. Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos will play the Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, February 7th at 6:30pm. To make the big game even more fun start a football office pool using our printable Super Bowl spreadsheet. Fill in the squares, watch the game, laugh at the commercials, and see who wins and maybe make a little money at the same time, or help. If you’re a fan of a team that like mine (the Factory of Sadness) that will never make it to the championship (or playoffs for that matter), then playing Super Bowl Squares will make watching the game more exciting and gives you something to actually root for. Others may be torn between cheering for their favorite team and cheering for their squares.

Download the Super Bowl spreadsheet for free, simply click the link below.
http://excelspreadsheetshelp.blogspot.com/2016/01/super-bowl-squares-2016-excel-template.html

Sunday, December 13, 2015

2015 NCAA College Football Pool Pick Em Spreadsheet for Office Pools

The 2015 NCAA college football bowl season is here again which means it’s time to make your picks and predictions about who you think will win each game. One of the best times of the holiday season is gathering around the TV and rooting for your Alma mater or hometown football team. This year has the added bonus of not just single bowl games but the second year of a four team playoff to determine the national champion.

Grab the 2015 NCAA College Football Pool Pick Em Spreadsheet for Office Pools here.

See how to use the bowl prediction pool Excel file below:

Monday, January 19, 2015

Printable 2015 Super Bowl Squares Template

The 2015 Super Bowl is in two weeks which means it's time to download a printable Super Bowl Squares template.


Down the printable 2015 Super Bowl Squares template here.

Monday, June 2, 2014

How the Harry Potter Ride Works

The best theme park ride in the world is Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey at Universal's Island of Adventure theme park in Orlando, Florida. It's also the most technologically advanced ride ever built. If you want to know exactly how the Harry Potter ride works then you've got to check out this extremely detailed guide. It's called Secrets of the Forbidden Journey: The unofficial guide to the ultimate theme park attraction.This book explains how the ride uses a G2 RoboCoaster system with a KUKA made robotic arm on a transport, how the effects are done, how the attraction came to be, and more interesting stuff. If you're into theme parks and behind the scenes type stuff then this book is for you!
how the harry potter ride works book

Monday, March 17, 2014

RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile is here

RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile version was announced after years and years and years. Disappointingly, it's only a mobile versions (and only i-things at that). Fans were really hoping for an RCT1 or 2 style game. Seriously, they could take the EXACT SAME GAME, add a few extra rides and features, release that and fans would go crazy. Instead, go look at their Facebook or YouTube comments. They're getting railroaded.


Find out more about RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile.

Sunday, March 16, 2014

2014 NCAA Tournament Bracket in Excel

It's time to get your 2014 NCAA Tournament Brackets! March Madness is here and I've got the perfect Excel brackets for you to use. Instructions are included but they're pretty straightforward and easy to use. The pool manager has a really awesome macro that loads in all the brackets automatically.

Get the 2014 March Madness Excel brackets here.
Who do you have in the Final Four on your spreadsheet?

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

The 50 Most Terrifying Roller Coasters Ever Built

50 most terrifying roller coastersDespite this being the busiest I've ever been in my life with the least amount of free time I've still been able to finish and publish two books (with two more in the works). Earlier I finished Once I was Adopted, a children's picture book about adopting our dog Conan told through fun rhymes. Now I've published The 50 Most Terrifying Roller Coasters Ever Built. From initial idea to publication was about four weeks. I used an Excel spreadsheet, macro, and outsourced work to a virtual assistant in order to complete it so quickly.

So what's it about? Mega roller coasters of today reach heights of over 400 feet and speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour. Roller coasters towering taller than a certain height are terrifying for many individuals but it would be boring to simply make a list of the world’s tallest coasters. As a result, most of the bone-chilling machines in this list do not use sheer height to terrify, but instead prey on our fears and emotions in other, more creative ways. One element alone may not make a ride terrifying but the sum of all of its parts does. What factors make a roller coaster terrifying? Height, speed, inversions, backwards segments, unique track elements, darkness, and unexpected surprises all contribute to making your head spin and your knees tremble.

millennium force terrifying coaster

What are my next book ideas? One is about Excel spreadsheets and the other focuses on a specific theme park attraction.