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Ah, nothing like that technology on the cuttinig edge -- the phones. I mentioned that John and I do a short bit on Mark Bisnow's Washington, D.C. radio program. (I might mention that Bisnow is also a FCW columnist, although that didn't have anything to do with the arrangement.) John and I generally split the duties -- I do Monday, Wednesday, Friday and John does Tuesday and Thursday. This morning -- my best appearance yet... except the phones went out mid-way through. Previous to our segment, Mark had a progfessional organizer on who had been talking about the difficulty keeping up with the mail. I mentioned that my big issue was staying on top of e-mail. And then... the sound of silence. Nothing.
Well, if you ever year the program, you missed us talking about our e-organ donor program that is in this week's issue.
Tomorrow, maybe? Stay tuned.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on May 23, 2005 at 12:14 PM


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