Away at Work

Those of you who have explored my other sites know that I have a strategy-and-entrepreneurship consulting shop, Evoconomics.

As part of that “day job” I serve as an advisor to Giga Omni Media, Inc., an innovative company based California. If you are in the technology industry, check out their blogs, events, and research product, GigaOm Pro.

I’m leaving early tomorrow for San Francisco to visit Giga and attend their mobile Web conference, Mobilize. I may not respond to comments or emails until after the trip. I’ll be back on Saturday and you can expect the next blog post on Sunday or Monday.

UPDATE: For those who have bought the book while I’ve been away — first, thank you very much! I normally send a thank you email immediately upon purchase, with our promise to send every buyer a free copy of the final version. I will send those emails on Saturday when I am back. Please know that your purchases are appreciated, and that we will send every buyer a free copy of the final version.

  1. I first thought you must be twins, now I’m sure you’re triplets. Have a great trip.

  2. It’s oh so tedious being prescient. :-}

  3. Why so many people, high end doctors and scientists, still insist that Pauling was a fraud and that there is nothing special about ascorbate?
    There is a mountain of scientific evidence and anecdotal evidence that clearly point that there is something special about vitamin c therapy.
    Is it just blindess of pride? How many generations of doctors have to retire so that doctors catch on with reality?
    Centuries ago, it was sad that so many people died and doctor barely could do anything. Today, it is sad that people get sick and doctors refuse to do something. Every problem has to be solved the hard way.

    It is disturbing to think that they may not want to use these therapies because that would put them out of business, mostly. 😕

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