Month: October 2009

Some Job Openings in the Association Market

Given the current economic climate, I thought I’d take this opportunity to list three positions that are open at past clients of mine. The American Association of Museums is seeking a director of Information Technology. For more information contact Katherine McNamee at kmcnamee@aam-us.org. The American Dental Education Association is seeking a TEMPORARY Membership/Database coordinator. For …

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Aptify Users Conference 2009

I had the opportunity to attend part of Aptify’s Users Conference this year, held last week in Washington, DC. I attended last year’s event (which was Aptify’s first second) in Chicago, and my primary criticism at that time was that the presentations were far too “vendor heavy” and didn’t provide enough of the customer’s perspective. …

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Magazine Subscriptions and the Accumulation of Data

I read a lot of different magazines. Business magazines, political magazines, so-called “lifestyle” magazines (e.g., Car and Driver). Each was purchased at a different time, but over the years they have started to accumulate and overwhelm me. I don’t really have the time to read them all. And frankly, my needs have changed over time, …

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