Erica Toelle webcast

Erica Toelle, a SharePoint consultant, specializes in the people and the interactive services side of SharePoint.  Erica was interviewed by the good folks at CSTechcast.com, in their 72nd episode: “How to Find SharePoint Implementation Success”. She has some good advice about how to ensure that implementations are taking the people into account. The Erica goodness…

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Blogging Frequency vs. Work…

I was in one of those states the other day where I was coming down after a relatively long day of meeting with SharePoint partners, and I was enjoying the time before dinner with one of them, a friend from PTC (by the way, watch these guys – they are doing some cool stuff with…

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Brightwork – Manage Projects on SharePoint

Eamonn McGuiness, of Brightwork, has started his blog again about project management.  He’s launched it on a SharePoint – based blog site!  His objective is to talk about managing projects on the SharePoint platform, as well as to discuss just how much project management is needed for projects. A link to the Manage Projects on…

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The Twitter Phenomenon

I started using Twitter for the 3rd time a week or two ago.  The first two times, I stopped watching replies after a couple of days because they were too nosiy for me.  It took the third time for me to start to understand some of the dimensions that Twitter provides.  To some of my…

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Sometimes private communication is a better approach than a public one

I’m flying back home this morning from a MSFT-internal training conference that was very good.  Orlando is an interesting place, but the weather wasn’t so muggy this time, and the venue (Gaylord Palms Resort) was great.  Nice job, event organizers! This week has been an interesting one for me because it’s the first time that…

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Inbox Zero

Well, all the excitement about starting a new job and letting ideas  start to sift through areas of my brain that I haven’t used for ten years has caused me to think about what bad habits to throw out and where I can start anew with some good habits. Although I am a big David…

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Tending a New Garden

For two years, I experimented with other sites to host my blog.  I am now back to this hosting address. I experimented with www.canaltown.net, and wanted to mix some personal and some professional together in my blog.  That didn’t seem to work so well.  I had an interesting time feeling very passionate about the messaging…

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Posting Again?

You’d think that I’d learn that posting on this blog is a dangerous thing, and that I’d learn to stay away from it, but I can’t seem to learn that lesson.  I’m back posting online again.  This summer has been a hectic and interesting one, and there has been enough that has been up in…

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MikeyG and 1,000 Posts!

I want to take a minute and congratulate Mike Gannotti on reaching his 1,000th blog post!  What a great job he has done for the SharePoint community and for SharePoint awareness.  If you are not already aware of Mike Gannotti’s blog, you should add a bookmark to http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/blogs/mikeg.  Mike does a good job of blogging…

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The end of March is in sight

This has been an interesting month of SharePoint Hands-On Labs that I’ve been offering to my customers across the district.  2-Day sessions, Bellevue, Boise, Portland, and this week, Spokane.  For those of you who my communication this month has not been up to par, I apologize.  I’ve got a couple of things for tonight… 1….

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