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the pleasures of knowing where you stand 

From page 75 of Brad Stone’s excellent book The Everything Store:

In early 1998, Bezos was closely involved with a department called Personalization and Community, which was geared toward helping customers discover books, music, and movies they might find interesting.

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Page Counts of a Magazine

Just recently started to order a magazine, and after seeing the first paper I kept wondering the thinness of it. Today stumbled to totally different… 152 more words

Random Thoughts

ATJ Commissions Planning Survey Shows Energy, Common Directions and Interest in Multi-State Networking

After the Access to Justice Commissions meeting this spring in Austin, the Commissions were invited to respond to a brief survey as to their interest in following up on the areas for possible initiatives that had been the focus of the meeting. 491 more words


Workin' 9 to 5 (...and Celebrating 3 Years as a Solopreneur!)

“The path to success is often meandering. It can appear to be a series of random events and only in retrospect can one look back and connect the dots.” 3,213 more words


Leaders Pay Attention to the Little Things

“Don’t sweat the small stuff.” That’s what leaders hear constantly as we’re challenged to keep a strategic focus. It’s generally good advice, particularly for senior or executive leaders, but the maxim to keep your eyes on the horizon is not… 807 more words

Practical Leadership

digital marketing strategy using Facebook Page

“What do you want to get out of your Facebook Business Page?”

Discovering Analytics on Facebook, how do you engage with your Facebook Fans?”

This week I have been looking at Facebook Analytics especially at the Insights on Facebook Pages as part of my study in the Digital Marketing course. 366 more words

Digital Marketing

Let's Stop Estimating! Wait, What?

I’m a little late to the party here, but I’d like to weigh in on the whole #NoEstimates movement. The concept is pretty self-explanatory. A growing number of Agile thought leaders believe there is no value in the estimating process and should be abandoned entirely. 835 more words

Agile Planning