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Virginia’s eProcurement Bureau Director to provide the client point of view with a regular column in the Procurement Insights Blog

August 28, 2012

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The first time I had the pleasure of talking with Bob Sievert back in August 2007 was when he contacted me regarding a then recent post titled The Ariba Interviews: Re-engineering the Future of On-Demand? After introducing himself and sharing with me a brief overview of Virginia’s eVA initiative, Bob asked if I would be interested […]

3 years to the date I first took to the virtual airwaves of Blog Talk Radio . . . boy does time really fly!

March 26, 2012

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It is amazing at how quickly time flies . . . 3 years ago today I aired my very first episode on Blog Talk Radio . . . Closing in on my 500th show, I have a many memories upon which to reflect having had the great privilege of sharing the virtual airwaves with some […]

The dawn of a new era in blogging and blog sponsorship

July 8, 2011

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I have said it many times before and will say it many, many more times in the future . . . I did not intentionally set out to build a social media network that would one day reach an audience of millions. In fact, the thought of expanding beyond the Procurement Insights Blog, which was […]

Blog-Off II: An Opportunity to See the Future of Journalism?

January 16, 2010

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When I was asked by Andrew Ballenthin, integrated marketing expert and founder of the Community Marketing Blog, to become part of the “Dream Team” of judges for the Blog Off II competition, I must admit that while excited at the prospect of reviewing the musings of the up-and-coming generation of international, social media wordsmiths, I […]

PI Window on Business Segment to Address the FTC’s Question “How Will Journalism Survive the Internet Age?”

October 11, 2009

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The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC” or “Commission”) announces that it will hold two days of public workshops on December 1 and 2, 2009, to examine the Internet’s impact on journalism in newspapers, magazines, broadcast television and radio, and cable television.  The Internet has changed how many consumers receive news and altered the advertising landscape.  Low […]