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I've been in pre-sales technical/product management my entire career, which is frightening to me. I have been professionally interested in organization and leadership ever since Business School, and I think I've dabbled in every system from ancient versions of Lotus Notes, to Franklin Planners, to old original Palm Pilots, to the Landmark Forum. I was one referred to by Doc Searls in a blog posting as [http://web.archive.org/web/20030604083355/http://blog.linuxjournal.com/cgi-bin/doc "one guy at the table"]. I've been in pre-sales technical/product management my entire career, which is frightening to me. I have been professionally interested in organization and leadership ever since Business School, and I think I've dabbled in every system from ancient versions of Lotus Notes, to Franklin Planners, to old original Palm Pilots, to the Landmark Forum. I was one referred to by Doc Searls in a blog posting as [http://web.archive.org/web/20030604083355/http://blog.linuxjournal.com/cgi-bin/doc "one guy at the table"].
-[http://todd.dailey.info] - my blog, mostly about Mac OS X Server topics.+[http://todd.dailey.info http://todd.dailey.info] - my blog, mostly about Mac OS X Server topics.

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Enterprise Technical Pre-Sales Ninja at a particular fruity company.

I've been in pre-sales technical/product management my entire career, which is frightening to me. I have been professionally interested in organization and leadership ever since Business School, and I think I've dabbled in every system from ancient versions of Lotus Notes, to Franklin Planners, to old original Palm Pilots, to the Landmark Forum. I was one referred to by Doc Searls in a blog posting as "one guy at the table".

http://todd.dailey.info - my blog, mostly about Mac OS X Server topics.

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