If you’re here on Friday morning May 18th, I’ve gone golfing. Happy Birthday to me in case you forgot.
If you found this Blog through my e-newsletter on “E-Business opportunities with Web 2.0″ (see www.directtech.ca/ebusiness_2007.htm), then you’ll appreciate the beauty of online applications like Campaigner (www.campaigner.com) which sent the newsletter while I was golfing and directed you to the DirectTech Solutions website or the Blog. If you click on the Google ad links I might even make a nickel while I’m golfing.
Now that’s what I love about the Internet!
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