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Today was one of those fun days when you see your name and/or work show up in a number of unexpected places.

To start with, I got my email copy of CLiPpings, the Lotus certification newsletter.  Each month they list two or three e-Pro articles in that month's issue, and my Application Development Tool Roundup was one of the three.  Very cool...

Then, out on SearchDomino, I saw an article by Brian Mahoney on LotusScript vs. Java.  Being that Joe Litton and I have lived in that area for awhile, I started reading.  Lo and behold, at the end of the article, Brian pointed out our Team-TSG site along with our Advisor articles and personal web sites.  That was pretty cool too!

In the mail today, three copies of this month's e-Pro arrived, so I can file those in my clipping file.

And finally, I was able to check out my recorded session on e-Pro's site from their online conference.  I need to listen to learn from my mistakes, but still, it was nice to see that available to registered attendees.

All in all, a pretty good ego day!


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