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February 07, 2006


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I was surprised at the lack of PR people that attended, I only noticed Adrian Chitty of Good Relations and T4W fame and Simone Carr of Text 100 on the list.

I got there quite late, but was surprised how formal it was. I guess I am just too mejaah casual for my own good.

I met some interesting people there, though one chap wasn't too happy when he gave me the spiel about his business and I turned around and said ' So just like PointCast then?'

oh no...please...no...will some people never learn?

Is it hard to get invited to the second chance tuesday. Any advice?


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