Sorry I didn't make the presentations from the software companies after all, but I discovered I had my times mixed up on some meetings and I had to squeeze one in at that time due to my mistake. It was that or try to flip a coin ... You always have interesting things going on at the conference, on your web site, and here as well. Good to see you at SCIP, and I truly enjoyed the Active Dialog you and Craig hosted. I'd like to see more of that type of topic next year --
Arik, cracking new website at www.aurorawdc.com. It would seen everyone has embraced the excellence that is Apple in its usability and enticement appeal. Bring on the webinar next week and here's to twittering at Chicago
Me too! I was writing Martha about how I could not get access to this webpage and missed her invitation about meeting. See you in Chicago and have your Shanghai guy contact us when necessary.
How did you find the session in Beijing? I found it interesting, maybe because it was not so intense and people can have time thinking. Though attendence seems a bit low.
Great to hear from you, Arik. Unfortunately, I may not be able to attend Chicago, much as I'd like to. And you're right, Sydney is somewhat distant from Noosa - where I live. Nevertheless, I do happen to meet some people from Sydney from time to time, partly because Noosa is an up-market holiday resort (great place to live; we take advantage when the visitors leave and the prices drop!). Take care.
Since, i have told, i am pursuing my Masters in Business Administration with my majors as Competitive Intelligence & Corporate Warfare at Amity University, Noida. We, here, would be honoured if you decide to give us a seminar during your visit to India.
for more reference, please visit: http://amity.edu/aici