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April 9, 2004
Business blogs: Oxymoron or destiny?
I'm leading a session at BloggerCon
on how businesses are using blogs
these days. Besides inviting you (April 17, at Harvard, for free), especially if you have a story to share - the audience is the panel - I'd love to hear from you about companies doing interesting things in the blogosphere. Post a comment or, if you prefer, send me email at self@evidentX.com, except without the X. ThanksX (except without the X).
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