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Elise Bauer

Hi Debbie,
Peter mentioned that Jello post in a keynote? That's funny. He does have a point though, most bloggers I know love to write about what they love, people, products, etc. It's great when a company can recognize and tap into the passions of their customers.

Carol Hirsch

Hi Debbie,

Thanks so much for the posting. For all you Debbie Weil fans, she provided some invaluable insights of her own on her panel at the Conference Board's Corporate Communications and Technology Conference.

We're glad she did. Attendees unilaterally praised Peter and Debbie's presentations, noting that for many Fortune 500 communications groups, getting into the blogosphere is a terrifying prospect. What Debbie and Peter were able to impress upon them was the level of professionalism and the importance of the discourse established through blogging. I know many (most) were going back to give it a try themselves.

Information on The Conference Board can be found at

Thanks again,
Carol Hirsch

Asia Business Advisor

Thanks for posting this - interesting read in English about Japanese blogosphere.

John Redford

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Ownershit group

The Gods offer clues about the ownershit group. Not having any blacks working in-house was a clue not only did these proprietors have a family history against blacks but they also have a personal history in a prior life!!! Also, the "romance" event was a clue they are preditory on women as well.
Once charecterized as good, now revealed as positioning.
Reverse positioning. The clients fall along the same lines.

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