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Credits From Philadelphia High Rankings Seminar
Posted 07 November 2005 - 12:01 AM
Thanks Lianna for the tour of QVC; that was really cool.
Thanks Kim (and Bill) for contributing to the usability workshop.
Thanks Lee for a great job of planning and pulling it all together (and waaaay too much awesome food!)
Thanks Karon for putting up with my snoring and my laptop beeping all night...
Thanks Jill for continuing to put on such a great seminar.
But most of all, thanks to all the awesome attendees- I was really impressed with the level of knowledge and the great questions we had this time. I love it when a group challenges us to really get into some of the deeper issues and this was a great group for that.
We had a great time! Thanks to everyone who participated!!
Posted 07 November 2005 - 11:53 AM
Even with the dead body rolling around in my trunk!
Posted 07 November 2005 - 07:04 PM
The Crowne Plaza was great and the food fantastic. Lee did a great job getting everything organized and keeping it running smoothly. Sounds like our trip home was better than some. We just had some traffic getting onto the Turnpike. No suicidal or crazy shuttle drivers for us.
Jane & Scot
Posted 07 November 2005 - 07:14 PM
Posted 08 November 2005 - 04:14 PM
Oh sure thing! That's what earplugs are for.
Yes, the food was WAY too good and I found myself walking around stuffed to the gills everyday.
Qwerty - as usual - I brought my camera and didn't take a single picture. I think Scottie and Chris took some so we'll have to see if they can upload theirs.
Lianna - you really gotta get rid of that body before you get pulled over!
And thanks to Scottie for not eating all the cookies in her sleep and for having the BEST sense of direction this trip.
Posted 08 November 2005 - 04:34 PM
She did! She knew her way around that mall as if it were one in her home town. We did not get lost once!
Posted 09 November 2005 - 01:22 AM
Thanks to you, and to the rest of the High Rankings crew. I enjoyed getting the chance to hang out with you all, and share some food and drink.
The seminars were excellent, and I think that the chance attendees had to engage and ask questions of everyone who presented was extremely helpful to the people who attended.
My favorite part was the closing session when the presenters fielded questions from the audience in a round table manner, and someone asked what the typical day was like for the people presenting. Great answers.
Posted 09 November 2005 - 08:26 AM
Yeah, well, we had to make up something good since our normal days are very boring
We didn't want to look too pitiful in front of all those people!
Posted 09 November 2005 - 09:25 AM
LOL, I'm afraid what came across was that we're all a bunch of hard core workaholics.
The truth is that this industry is so dynamic and fast paced that if you don't push yourself constantly you fall behind. Everyone I know in this industry is driven and pulling 12-14 hour days on a regular basis. It's how we survive and stay current.
I had to laugh when Scottie and Jill mentioned that they often talked on IM after midnight. I can verify that, I've seen them up - and Debra too. Of course, with so many international search friends late night chats make perfect sense.
Bill - thanks again for the chocolate. My daughter spied it as I was unpacking and tried to do an end run on it, but I managed to wrestle the box back and sample them. Yuuuuuuuum! Thank you.
It was a fun conference and it was great seeing everyone. The dinners were a culinary delight. I think we tested spinach dip and brochetta in every restaurant we dined. Of course that was all in the name of research for our unofficial appetizer study.
See you all next conference.
Posted 09 November 2005 - 10:33 AM
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Posted 11 November 2005 - 01:38 PM
To get back to Long Island, I should have been in NJ pretty quickly, then through Staten Island, and over the Verrazano then home, but I was awakened from my seminar reverie (really - my head was spinning!) as I drove through the Leheigh tunnel, an incredible architectural marvel (it goes through a mountain for at least a 1/2 mile).
Well, I ended up in the Poconos far from home.
It was great! I highly recommend it. I learned SOOOO much!
Thanks, Jill, Debra, Christine, Karon, Scottie, Matt, & Kim!
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