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Yes, I'm back. I have been out in San Diego for the past few days visiting friends and then participating at FCW Events' CIO Summit. More on the happenings from San Diego to come. Not to toot the horn of our events folks, but it seemed to turn out really well. The Summits have been around for awhile now and they still are unique. They are fairly intimate, so they end up being a real opportunity to meet people and to have real conversations about important issues. And they offer a real opportunity to think -- something that we just don't do enough in the 24/7 world.

But, I'm back to it.

So... more on some of the issues that we dealt with to come.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Nov 09, 2006 at 12:15 PM


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