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Archives for February 2006

Build your own site with Google Pages

Google changes everything again.  Googlepages, released last week, makes building a web page as easy as typing.  This service is completely free, and available to anyone with a google account.  This makes it possible for anyone to have a presence on the web, and do it in a way that is easy, fun, and accessable.  […]

Malcolm Gladwell Launches a Blog!

One of my favorite authors, Malcolm Gladwell, has launched his own blog at:    If you are a fan of Malcolm, you will no doubt be as excited as I am to read his musings, and if you have never been exposed to his work,this is a great place to start.  The two books he […]

Don’t You Step On My Blue Suede Shoes

About 5 years ago, Adidas stopped making my favorite shoe of all time, The Gazelle, arguably the worlds finest hacky sack playing kickers.  I have searched high and low for a pair of them for ages, with no luck.  Yesterday, while running errands with my family, I glanced into a shoestore and spied a pair […]

Limited Time Offer! Act Now!

My name is David E. Bowman, and I would like to announce a limited time offer that could change your organization forever. Imagine, if you will, an investment that will immediately create revenue, improve morale, produce innovative ideas, and generate incredible returns. “It must be too good to be true,” you say? Not so. This […]

The Next Chapter Begins

My name is David E. Bowman. I am looking for a job. Not just any job, but a great job. I seek a job that challenges me. A job that pushes me to my limits, tears down my creative barriers, and changes the world daily. I am looking to start a revolution. I am finished […]

Thank You Brian, Janet, and Relizon

This week’s thank you post is a little different. I am writing to thank not one person, but several of them, as this week I thank some of my former co-workers at Relizon. Let me explain. Yesterday, I was let go by Relizon, as the company is moving in a different direction following its recent […]

Learn about blogging at free AMA seminar

Did you now that there are over 30,000 new blog sites started every day?  Some are for fun, some are about people’s cats, and many are about business.  If you are you interested in learning more about blogging, especially as it pertains to marketing and business, come to next Friday’s AMA Java Talk at Nehemiah […]

Worst High School Class?

High school brings back thousands of fond memories. School pizza on Tuesday, school pizza on Thursday, no bake cookies, study hall, gym class, talent shows…the list goes on and on. I learned a lot in those years. Still there were some classes I could have probably done without. So, my question for you is, What […]

The Guinness Blog

Friday and guinness just seem to go together. Introducing the Guinness blog, a site launched by the company’s marketing staff. I must say that reading about guinness is not nearly as fun as drinking it, but the hangover is much more user friendly. All kidding aside, well most kidding aside, the site is really well […]

Thanks to “The Kid” and family!

Last weekend my wife, my daughter, and I piled into the Element, and headed up to Columbus to visit my oldest friend Dana, aka “The Kid.”  It was a great visit.  It was a pleasure to spend time with Dana, his wife Patty, and beautiful newborn daughter Cecilia.  We were treated to a great lunch, […]