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By the way, a big thanks

By davebirch posted Oct 10 2007 at 6:37 AM
[Dave Birch] To everyone who has given me support, feedback, criticism, ideas and prizes: a big thanks for helping the Digital Money Forum blog to make it all the way to becoming one of the eight blogs chosen for American Banker's blogwatch.

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I'm not sure I understand where blogs, social networks, podcasts and web 2.0 are heading anymore than anyone else does, but what I do know is that being part of a blogging community whose opinions I seek out and respect -- I never go a day without checking the news from Payments News and Finextra or the feeds from Bankwatch, BankerVision, Gonzo Banker, Javelin, NetBanker and one or two others depending on the topics I'm working on -- has helped me and the rest of the team at Consult Hyperion to formulate better strategies and implement better tactics for our clients.

And special thanks to blogmeister Jane pointing me in the right direction when we first set off!

These opinions are my own (I think) and presented solely in my capacity as an interested member of the general public [posted with ecto]


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Hey congrats Dave!


We've been hard at work here at BankNet360.com. Come and visit us sometime.



You do a great job here - always interested in your new insights and opinions!


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