Archive for July, 2008
Boundless Network is excited to announce that its sales force grew by 25% in Q2, the company recruited 18 new sales professionals across the US.
Randy Pausch passed away last week. He was made famous by his last lecture to his students at Carnegie Mellon. It wasn’t just any speech—for him, it was truly “The Last Lecture.” As you may or may not know, Randy had been diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer, and the doctors had given him 3-6 months to live. Below you’ll find links to two versions of his speech (60 min and 10 min). I would recommend at the very least watching the short version he did on Oprah.
I don’t have a MySpace account… it just seems a little creepy. But I have taken advantage of the social aspects of Facebook and LinkedIn. In my little world, I see MySpace as for the teens, Facebook for those in their 20’s-30’s (with the 40’s slowly adopting), and LinkedIn for professionals in their 30’s-40’s. Most recently, I connected with some old high school friends that I had not spoken with in 15 years… pretty cool stuff.
As reported by the NY Times… “The pens, pads, mugs and other gifts that drug makers have long showered on doctors will be banned from pharmaceutical marketing campaigns under a voluntary guideline that the industry is expected to announce Thursday.”