Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Your Ski Log Is Ready

Yesterday marked the first release of our new ski log web application. Not surprisingly, I haven't heard much back as of yet. Considering that a snow and ice storm has gripped states from Texas to New England, I suppose this could be the reason no one has been too excited about this yet. As we get closer to spring and eventually move into summer, will become an invaluable resource for the serious water skier. Log your sets early and often to help yourself learn and remember more about where you've been and what you've done.

Of course, the hardest part of keeping good records is actually taking the few moments necessary to keep those records up-to-date. With this fill-in-the-blank version of your ski log, hopefully many more of you will start to track your progress.

The ski log, as well as the other features that are forthcoming on the site, will forever be a work-in-progress. We're always looking for ways to improve these products. Your input is not only welcomed, it's requested!

I'll be posting on this new blog from time-to-time to bring you updates or answer frequently asked questions about these new tools. In the future I look forward to offering you more in-depth statistical analysis of your stored sets and settings... so it will only help you in the future to keep your log up-to-date, starting with your first set of 2009.

Remember, your log is private. You can only see it by logging in first. At this time it's impossible for anyone to access it through the site except yourself... and we'll never let anyone else access it without your permission first.

Thanks for reading!


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