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July 22, 2006

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I shall be waiting with baited breath for the publication of this book, I hope that issues of trust and transparency are tackled as a core element of the 'corporate blog'.
I hold the precarious, but very enjoyable, position of being a headhunter within PR, and confidentiality is of the utmost importance in matters of employment negotiations. I will be interested to see if John Cass talks about corporate entities who have similar requirements for holding back or concealing information for other people's protection.
on another matter, as a 'mother' to a 'father to be' - enjoy becoming a dad John :)

Drew, thanks very much for the mention.

Lydia, the first chapter I am concentrating on is about blogging guidelines. And your right transparency is very important.

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