A word to the RIAA: SHUT UP!
It’s time for my only annual awards show. The Oscars. The Big One. The only thing I’m willing to stay up for until it’s over. Been this way since … well, heck, since I was an early teen, I think. Aside from CTV’s crappy initial signal, this was worth watching. While I miss Billy Crystal […]
It’s been a long time since a photograph has been seen here. It’s not for a lack of wanting. As of right now, I’ve got 3,606 pictures in my library, covering a huge range of subjects and topics. (988 of those are for Critical Mass alone…) When you have that many pictures, you need to […]
I have two iPods. One I purchased (a Nano) and one I received as a gift (see [[The day after the CMMYs]]). The music on my iPods comes from a rather large (700+) CD collection and iTunes. I do not download (anymore). I find that the experience using Apple’s music solution is outstanding. Plug iPod […]
Alex had to go in for another ultrasound today to complete the nuchal translucency test. Despite all the fires going on at the office from my time away, I simply couldn’t stay away.
I hate Air Canada. Yes, I’m complaining again.
Darren G. and Michael T. doing the presentation. Core values: leadership (excellent choice of word) in ease-of-use. Web-centric technology. Long-standing customer satisfaction.
After the last batch of sessions this afternoon, we broke up for about two hours to wait for the gala event. Apparently, this is the big event of the Summit conference. Bad things tend to happen. (Jim, think of any given night of the San Jose SES. Along those lines. Just a bit tamer.) That […]
Presented by Shannon Ryan of Non-Linear Creations. We know a lot about SEO, so we’re gonna be picky. A couple of slides on Non-Linear’s business models. But emphasis on Digital Marketing with emphasis on Email Marketing and SEM. Done 40 RedDot implementations. “You’ll never outsmart Google.” I like this quote.
Just spent an hour talking with the presenter (Darren Guarnaccia) about RedDot software and partnership avenues. Anyhoo, on with the good stuff… “This stuff is a little bit forward thinking.” It’s where they think we’ll be in the next year. The idea is to think ahead to when the CIO/CEO/CXO asks: “What are we doing […]