Thursday, January 31, 2008

Google Event

The CADM and Google are hosting an event in March that looks very interesting indeed. Here is what CADM has to say:
In the ever-changing digital world it can be difficult to keep up with the latest and the greatest. However, even in the midst of so much innovation and adjustment, it is possible to notice some distinct trends emerging. Wouldn’t you like to know what these trends are? Wouldn’t you like to know Google’s perspective on them?
Join CADM on March 5th as Jim Lecinski, Midwest Director for Google, explores how these future trends are impacting direct marketers and best practices. Learn how offline and online can effectively work together, what it means to be “always on”, and how you can capture the “moment of relevance”. Mr. Lecinski heads up Google’s Chicago operation and has nearly 20 years of integrated marketing and online advertising experience, so CADM is excited he has agreed to share his vast marketing knowledge with us!
This evening presentation is being held at Google Inc. In addition to the program, it will feature lots of networking, appetizers, and drinks. Space is limited, so register today to guarantee your spot. This event is open to the CADM community as well as guests, clients, and non-members. Speaker: Jim Lecinski, Midwest Director, Google Inc. When: Wednesday, March 5, 2008 5:30 p.m. Networking & Reception 6:00 p.m. Program 7:00 p.m. Networking & Reception Where: Google Inc. 20 West Kinzie Street Chicago, Illinois Hosted by: Interactive Marketing SIG Sponsored by: Google Inc. & CADM Cost: CADM Member $25, CADM Non-Member $35

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Wednesday, January 30, 2008

College of Commerce Faculty Introductions

Another video has been added to iTunes U this week. In this video introduction Patrick J. Murphy explains his teaching philosophy and background. He also demonstrates his prowess in Chinese (Mandarin) language. This video, and others, can be downloaded by following this link to iTunes U.


Monday, January 28, 2008

Reading Office 2008 documents on the Mac

Microsoft has a file converter for those annoying situations when someone sends you an Office 2008 file.

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Monday, January 21, 2008

Google Online Marketing Challenge

I am planning on using the Google Online Marketing Challenge in MKT 595: Internet Marketing. Google has just sent me link to the documentation:

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