ahhhh... the long weekend is over, and there is so much to do!
Spent time this morning cleaning off my desk. I tend to put things there that I need to "get to", but don't have an urgent need. The clutter builds until I can't stand it any longer, and then I dig thru it all and either process or toss it all and the cycle starts again. This seems to be how I deal with life, actually.
In any case, I ran across an article I saved from Marketing News. It talked about how CIO's can maximize their IT dollars, but what really captured my attention was an organization called "Society for Information Management", which apprently serves execs. I browsed their website and found some interesting info. Wish I had time or knew volunteers (hint, hint) who were interested in writing or presenting to them..... (www.simnet.org)
Still cleaning off my desk: From CRN's Sept 10th issue, I found this snippet: "It seems as though the penguin has waddled its way into solution providers' hearts. A recent CRN survey shows solution providers' satisfaction with Linux vendor support is growing. A whopping 79% of respondents reported "adequate" or "good or very good" support from their Linux vendors."
Caught up part way on sending followup emails to potential LI member companies.
Participated in LI Board discussion on the marketing plan maddog and I have been working on.