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2005 November

November 2005

Show number 23 of Better Communication Results the podcast is now ready for your downloading delight. Would you be interested in finding out what the number one skill lacking in business communicators is these days – and how you can easily jumpstart your communication career? Would you like to know the secrets of communication success? […]

Echo Beach, far away in time…

by Lee Hopkins on November 29, 2005 · 7 comments

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Trevor Cook asks a very pertinent question – are we living in an echo chamber? Trevor highlights that many of the links we generate to our blog posts come either from ourselves or the blogs of our PR/Marcomms colleagues (note to self: stop referencing Jenkins — he’s not making it easy for me to put […]

Typepad and trackbacks

by Lee Hopkins on November 25, 2005 · 5 comments

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It has been bothering me for a while, the fact that whenever I ping someone with a Typepad blog the trackback doesn’t show. I asked the venerable Ben Hamilton, owner of DynamicWebHosting (the very kind hosts of this very humble blog) to see if he could shed any light on why I could trackback to […]

SHOCK: Man publicly admits own ignorance

by Lee Hopkins on November 25, 2005 · 3 comments

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Einstein’s ToDo list courtesy Hetemeel.com via GreatNews

Donna Tocci now blogging

by Lee Hopkins on November 25, 2005 · 6 comments

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Those who have been around the blogosphere for a little while will recognise the name of Donna Tocci.

Cashflow is King, and also Jailor to SOHOs

by Lee Hopkins on November 25, 2005

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Consulting can be, as many of us know, a perilous path. Clients take forever to pay invoices, ‘absolutely must go ahead’ projects vaporise quicker than a bottle of champag… sparkling wine on a warm Friday night at BetterComms Towers… cashflow is the never-ending cause of vigilance for SOHOs and micro-businesses. So it was with considerable […]

Not content with annoying the majority of the tech-savvy (and not so tech savvy) western world, even Japan now hates Sony. No, not the much loved (well, by me at any rate) English pop band of the 1980s, but the country and its folk. According to informed sources at podcastingnews.com, Japan Today is calling Apple’s […]

Notebook data now back in my hands

by Lee Hopkins on November 25, 2005 · 8 comments

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Having now realised the depth of my frustration over my notebook’s (non) performance, to his credit the manager of Notebook Land in Adelaide has sent my notebook off to the senior tech at the manufacturer/supplier for a thorough investigation. Yeah! Perhaps now they can get to the bottom of why it feels like I bought […]

Thinking of starting to blog? A case study

by Lee Hopkins on November 24, 2005 · 5 comments

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Blogging is a wonderful tool for communicating one’s personal ‘voice’ — one’s views and opinions, one’s professional and (if you choose to do so) one’s private practices. I would like to single out one blogger in particular as a case study in how blogging can differentiate you on the web. Dan Hill, of the Flying […]

Okay, I’ll admit it. I’ve been slack and haven’t given Surfulater as good a test run as I had previously promised. At the gentle insistence of Neville Franks, last night I finally relented and tested it on my home pc (the one that the kids use for homework, MSN, etc). WOW! Having given it even […]