Monthly Archives: September 2005

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Poland Getting to the Next Level

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I went to Warsaw this week to visit our new office. I was met at the reception area by thirteen enthusiastic employees holding up letters that spelled WELCOME. In a larger sense that is exactly what Poland is trying to say to the world. As I arrived, the Poles had just concluded their fifth election […]

Blog Study is Now Live

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The Technorati and Edelman blog survey, which I blogged about on September 12, 2005, is now live at (link no longer active). I encourage all bloggers to participate. Have a great weekend.

The Farmer and the Cowman Should Be Friends

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One of the songs in the musical OKLAHOMA (I know I am showing my age) starts with Aunt Eller Murphy, doyenne of the community, grabbing a farmer and a cowboy who are insulting each other. She tells them to get along for the good of all, leading to a square dance in which cowboys dance […]

Katrina, London Bombing and Tsunami–This Round To the Old Media

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I did not sleep very well last night. I was haunted by the faces of the victims of Hurricane Katrina, which slammed into the US Gulf Coast on Sunday. I kept seeing an African American woman holding two babies, screaming into the camera, “Help us, we are dying.” The images on television and major web […]

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