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trade on line free Another great video interview, this time with Eleftherios Hatziioannou, social media director for Mercedes Benz. Very interesting to see how this premium brand uses social media in its promotions and marketing mix, and also as a cultural tool within the company. watch?v=uMy-IwuLkiM

http://calonline.com/?150=c2 Guy Kawasaki Interview

http://www.mongoliatravelguide.mn/?sakson=sati-trading&06f=23 Great video interview with Guy Kawasaki about his latest book ‘Enchantment’. A lot to do with the power of influence and , as always, a healthy dose of creativity.

watch Was greatly honoured to be awarded Life Membership of my first professional society, QSITE, at the AGM last night. http://www.qsite.edu.au/

source url One of my side projects is involvement in the rebirth of VASE valve guitar amplifiers. I’m part of a small team of passionate guitarists and VASE-lovers, led by local pro-audio equipment maker Harry Lloyd Williams, who have worked to make this happen.

go to link VASE were once the amplifiers of choice for bands and artists of all types in the sixties and seventies. many stiill exist and they are keenly sought by collectors and players.

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opcje binarne na zywo The first issue of 50 hand built and signed classic Trendsetter 60 Deluxe rigs has been announced and the new VASE site launched.

http://zspskorcz.pl/pictose/eseit/5162 Well, it’s taken some time, but a new version of the Creativity Well website has been developed and launched. When I established Creativity Well about six years ago I developed a ‘placeholder site’ which I fully expected to be up for only a few months while I concentrated on delivering on some foundation contracts. Given a large part of my professional life has been involved in the design and development of interactive software products, including websites, it’s a bit ironic that it’s taken me this long to revamp the company’s web presence. I guess it’s the old story of the plumber’s leak.

http://clgsecurities.com/?hixorisima=kennenlernen-nomen&29d=42 Thankfully most of my business is generated through excellent professional networks and I haven’t had to rely on a site to capture work.  However it’s good to have something which I can happily point people to. I’ve also established new Facebook and Twitter accounts which will build over time. My existing LinkedIn account is accessible also.

Assisting me in all this has been talented local web designer Jon Bell.