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11 March 2006

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Darren

It was fun to meet Tom this week too. Sounds like we had a very similar conversation. I was really impressed with his interest but also knowledge on the scene. Looking forward to reading more of what comes out of his recent research.

Jozef Imrich

Even my drinking buddy, Gary, is getting on the golden bandwagon ;-) So Long Mr. Jeeves, Ask.com is Here Gary Price's explanation on Resourceshelf

CODA: Today, if we want to get a message into the public’s conversation, we just make a post on a blog. If The Wall Street Journal goes after a client, we don’t have to accept that anymore. Let’s post the documents we gave The Journal; let's show the interviews the newspaper decided not to show. It used to be I would schmooze you and I was your flack "You're not God anymore"

Duncan

Hey Trevor,
as the article stated I'm no longer at The Blog Herald (although I am doing the occasional article) so the link is a little redundant :-)

Trevor Cook

Duncan - sorry about that, I knew you had sold but I assumed you had some continuing relationship like a work-out clause. Is weblogempire the best location for you?

Darren

or duncanriley.com I think

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