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Friday, December 09, 2005

The Nice List: Traffick Feels Holiday Love

It's starting to be the time of year when you clap people on the back and wish 'em well.

I can't promise this will be the last post like this, but here's a start.

Warm holiday wishes from me to:

1. Toronto. A great place to come home to. A near-foot of snow fell last night, just in time to put up the latest in energy-saving lights. This is how winter has usually looked to me. On Christmas Day 1982 (the year the disco had lost all its charm to me), it got as warm as 17.2C (63 degrees F). Let's not get crazy.

2. Chicago. To all the Chicagoans who so warmly welcomed us at SES. Above all, the band at Buddy Guy's. And of course, Buddy Guy himself! You haven't lived until you hear Buddy Guy singing the blues about how frickin cold it is, and inventing a little number that went, in part: "Hey all you Yahoo people, why don't you call me on the phone?"

3. The U.K. From this site's search referral logs, we notice you do a lot of searching for online marketing topics, really giving those Americans a run for their money!

4. Stanley Bing. Sometimes, reading his column, I get the strange feeling he is actually me.

5. Fellow SES speakers like Chris Tolles, Tim Mayer, Brad Byrd and so many others, who invariably teach old dogs the new tricks they didn't think they could possibly learn.

I can see it's going to be difficult to mention everyone, so I'd better stop before I get too far. For example, I might get in trouble for not mentioning Christine Churchill, Dana Todd, or, say, Danny Sullivan! Or Karen Deweese or Chris Sherman! And those other hundreds of "Yahoo People" (as Buddy might call you) I somehow manage to think about each and every day. If I don't get a chance before the year ends: thanks!

Posted by Andrew Goodman




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