Monthly Archives: June 2010

The Questions…

So, today I’m going to reiterate a discussion I had over a year ago with some folks in an industry that thinks Cal Worthington is state of the art. These are the basic questions that many folks forget to ask … Continue reading

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Tao or Doubt?

So, cruising the interwebs today I ran across a nice blog about technology marketing. it’s an interesting piece because it’s written by an advertising person, not a technology marketing person. In fact, the blog is hosted by Palmer Advertising. I … Continue reading

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7 Habits of Failure

Today started way too early, as most days do. I got up and started down a path that is becoming familiar. I got up, started looking through the infosphere and found an interesting blog. This lead to another, counterpoint blog. … Continue reading

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Does it Jive?

So, there are a ton of companies espousing “Enterprise 2.0*” concepts and driving solutions. It’s sometimes hard to get a handle on who is doing what, but sometimes an idea just smacks you in the face. I submit to you … Continue reading

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Technology Stories

So, today a friend offered some really good advice. This advice was about why I should be blogging and some suggestions on what and why. I’m honestly afraid that my musings will be unnecessary or¬†uninteresting, but I’m deferring to someone … Continue reading

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