Tag Archives | Internet history

Why Do I Blog? It smells of rich mahogany.

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I don’t blog as much as I’d like to, but I’ve done it off and on since 1997.  Why is that? Jeff Hilimire, President of Engauge (the awesome agency where I work) posted a call to others to explain why they blog and so I started to write a comment on his post and found [...]

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LinkedIn: I have many leather-bound books.

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Ahem… I was LinkedIn Member #8,828.  Jeff Hilimire beat me to blogging about his number, but I beat him to LinkedIn.  Yeah, baby!  This one’s for you Jeff!  Boo-Yah!!!  Who’s the bad ass?!?!?  INNOVATOR! LOL. In all fairness, I credit Bill Nussey for being the one who turned me on to LinkedIn. To everyone else… [...]

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Reply to: What will marketing departments look like in 2020?

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A good friend of mine, Jeff Hilimire – Chief Digital Officer over at Engauge, blogged a post where he poses this question: “How do you think marketing departments will change over the next eight years?” You’ll see he also posted it on Quora. Anyway, I posted my response (which I’ll admit sometimes I might get [...]

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Today Show January 1994…What is the Internet??

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Circa 1994: Bryant Gumbel and Katie Couric don’t know what the Internet is… This is a funny and amazing video.  It really hasn’t been that long and look how the world has changed!  

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