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Chicago Sun-Times, Where are the Trackbacks?

The Chicago Sun-Times has launched some blogs this year that allow both comments. BRAVO!!! I’ll reward them by joining their conversations: Most Dissapointing Cub – Dusty Baker Edit: Actually, the trackback feature seems not to work even though it is displayed and I changed the title of this post. This is most unfortunate. They should open […]

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IABC Poll Results and Worse Data

Shel Israel just posted an interesting poll that says many IABC (International Association of Business Communicators) members believe angry bloggers should be ignored. While I don’t believe polls are always accurate or should be used in lieu of actual discussion, I do believe in the power of data to indicate facts. If you visit the IABC Jobs […]

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My New Dell PC User Experience – Not Enough USB Ports

My Dell Dimension 8200 died last month – dead fan after 4.5 years – RIP – you can buy it’s old memory a valuable and rare RDRAM type here (sold it on ebay). I ordered a new Dell Dimension 9150, I wanted to summarize my thoughts both good and bad: The Good: – PC arrived in […]

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Technorati CEO David Sifry on How to Build Corporate Culture Right

I just listened to a great interview on Technorati’s CEO David Sifry. His views on corporate culture and teamwork mirror my own and remind me of BlackRock’s culture. I would love to join for a start up with a culture and leader such as this and would like to interview David myself as there […]

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