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But what minutes! Count them by sensation, and not by calendars, and each moment is a day. ~Benjamin Disraeli

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Living In Unsettled Times

Apr 7, 2003 — Our troops have taken Baghdad, the British have taken Basra, SARS is a new word in our vocabulary, Orange Alert is still on, the stock market is going up and budget woes weigh us down. One thing is for sure – we’re living in unsettled times. . . . → Read More: Living In Unsettled Times

State of the Industry Address

Mar 27, 2003 — The term that best seems to characterize the state of the media production business today is found in the title of the book Austin Faccone and I wrote two years ago – Dynamic Media in Transition. This industry is in a transition now, but what’s new about that? Haven’t we always been transitioning to or from something? . . . → Read More: State of the Industry Address

Know Your Communication Style – Part 2 of 2

Mar 27, 2003 — Start becoming more aware of the signals other people send you about their basic communication style. Look for clues in how they sound on the phone or in person, as well as how they dress or what their workspace may look like. . . . → Read More: Know Your Communication Style – Part 2 of 2

January Meeting Gets Down to Business

Feb 5, 2003 — On one of the rare temperate evenings of recent weeks, MCA-I NY members and guests turned out for a videoconferenced presentation by three digital voice and data experts – Speakspace, OpenAir, and IS2 Systems/eTelos – each of whose products and services are designed to help companies to operate and manage their businesses online. . . . → Read More: January Meeting Gets Down to Business

Communicate with Style – Part 1 of 2

Jan 31, 2003 — The Platinum Rule of Communication? Imagine for a moment what it would be like if everyone you communicated with at work practiced the “Golden Rule of Communication”? You know, they’d communicate with you the way they’d want you to communicate with them. Wouldn’t that be nice? Well, we all know that doesn’t happen very often and, as you’ll find out, the “Golden Rule” doesn’t work very well. . . . → Read More: Communicate with Style – Part 1 of 2