Data Cleanliness

I wrote a colleague today reinforcing how important Data Cleanliness is in your CRM efforts. Says I, “Data Cleanliness is next to Data Godliness” Says She, “Then I will be in Data Heaven” Chuckle!

The Mashup

This week I’m in attendance at the first annual Mashup Camp in Mountain View, CA. The definition of a mashup as per Wikipedia is ‘a website or web application that combines content from more than one source’. To me, this simply means an integrated web application. In the last year or so, I’ve built several ‘Mashups’ or been involved in several Mashups. Coming to the first Camp, though, has been an incredible experience. Meeting with

Create the problem, then charge for the solution

Read more at OneCare Live, software that includes antivirus updates, backups, updates, & customer service. I suppose Microsoft has finally accepted the fact that they can’t create great software and it’s costing them a lot of money. I guess the only logical solution is that Microsoft come out with another product that we pay for to help manage the problems that they created in the first place. This, my good friends, is a total conflict

CSS Style for Code on your Blog

A nice post on how to dress up displaying code on your blog or website using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).

ASP RSS Parser, Feed Reader

This weekend I’ve been glued to my laptop searching the net for web-based RSS feed readers. The reason is that I wanted to write an asp RSS feed reader that would display the feed so that the content could be automatically scraped into an HTML email. So for folks who want to reserve a portion of their email newsletter for their Blog or Publication articles, it could be easily incorporated. Since JavaScript doesn’t actually display