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Each year, the Kidney Ball brings out the leaders in the government contracting space. Last month's Kidney Ball was no exception. The event ended with entertainer Patti LaBelle rocking the 1,000 plus crowd. Some of the executives who attended included: Donna Morea of CGI, Anne Altman of IBM, Greg Baroni of Unisys, Jim Duffey of […] More
John is the second most common first name among American males. Lee is the 24th most common last name among Americans (Lustig, sadly, did not crack the top 1,000). And, as you can imagine, there are thousands of John Lee's in the U.S., and several multiples more than that throughout the world. In fact, a […] More
Even Conference organizers charged with assembling provocative panel discussions and speakers can end up pleasantly surprised when one topic strikes a noticeable chord with attendees. That was certainly the case with the ExecutiveBiz The New New Internet Conference afternoon panel discussion – Software as a Service: Benefits Beyond Delivery. As I exited one conference room […] More
Organizing a full-day conference is not an easy task under any circumstances. Though one could argue the lift is a little lighter if the Conference topic is easily defined and understood. A Conference on developments in the paper clip industry for instance: still a pain to organize but not hard to agree on a central […] More
At times, public and private sector organizations that fall under media scrutiny feel as if they are engaged in a bruising boxing match; withstanding a series of relentless jabs – some which inevitably land below the belt. And just when they are ready to launch a counterattack the bell dings and the round is over. […] More
Last week, San Francisco hosted the fourth annual Web 2.0 Summit. The event wrapped up on Friday and with over 100 featured speakers, from Tim O'Reilly to ebay CEO Meg Whitman, there was a lot of related news coverage. For a full report on what's become a yearly west coast tradition, visit the news and […] More
There was an interesting article in this morning’s Internet Travel News about the power of social networking as a marketing tool. It caught my eye, not so much because of what it had to say to travel industry professionals in particular, but because it portended a marketing “tidal wave” for all industries. This was a timely confirmation […] More
Microsoft COO Kevin Turner to Speak Kevin Turner     Continuing a long string of appearances from top leaders, ExecutiveBiz and the Potomac Officers Club announced today that Kevin Turner, Microsoft COO, agreed to speak at a rare East Coast appearance on September 21st at 9 am. Kevin will speak about delivering innovation to the market […] More
Earlier this week, PriceWaterhouseCoopers and the National Venture Capital Association released the disclosed venture capital totals for the second quarter. $271.8 million poured into the Washington area for the quarter, though, yet again, none of it found its way into my glass. The total held up well relative to the same period last year, when […] More
A decade ago, if you wanted to launch a website you had to be a computer programmer or have the recourses to hire web designers. Now anyone with an internet connection can publish content using any number of free build-it-yourself web publishing services. Silver Spring-based FreeWebs is a great example of a local company providing […] More
James Surowiecki, staff writer for The New Yorker and author of The Wisdom of the Crowds, will speak at the New New Internet's Web 2.0 for Business Conference this November extolling the virtues of large group collective intelligence and its impact on Web 2.0 applications. In the first pages of his best selling book, Surowiecki […] More
If you've spent any time in front of a computer in the last two years you're likely to have come across a variety of new tools being touted, sometimes loudly, as the ultimate solution for any business. Often under the dubious moniker Web 2.0, this menu of tools ranges from blogs and podcasts to RSS […] More
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