Monthly Archives: June 2007

First Survey Question

After stumbling on an old post by Guy Kawasaki on getting more use out of LinkedIn, I thought I would try LinkedIn’s Answers. It is a relatively new feature of the service that allows you to post questions in a general way to the LinkedIn community. Seemed like a cool idea and a way to […]
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The Mirror and the Lens

We in the marketing game love to talk about processes, tools, trends, methodologies and such, but when it comes to branding I think the most important tools at our disposal are the mirror and the lens. A brand is more than the sum of its marks; it is an expression of the company, a promise […]
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Art Show Report

As some of you may know, I had an art show entitled “Flag Day” that opened last Friday. Here are my notes on the opening: We arrived a little early for the opening at the Jacklyn Kling Gallery, and were greeted by the gallery owners and a few patrons. The opening received a steady stream […]
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