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May 12, 2004

Adult learning resources

Just FYI: PCMA's Web site has a fantastic collection of articles on adult learning that really should be a must-bookmark for all involved in meetings....More
May 12, 2004

Growing a new crop of leaders

I've been working with three of today's leaders in continuing medical education to develop an online place where tomorrow's CME leaders can develop....More
May 11, 2004

MPI’s BC chapter feeds your head

Bravo to MPI’s British Columbia chapter, which has added a dynamic newsreader to its Web site. It looks like it plugs directly into Google’s News....More
May 11, 2004

Premature conjecture

According to this article, the current GWSAE/ASAE merger is already making some waves with the staff, some of whom have expressed a desire to split....More
May 11, 2004

Tipping tips

A couple of useful articles on who, when, and how much to tip: Service NOT Included Tipping Guidelines To receive a weekly blog update, e-mail....More
May 11, 2004

You might be in the hotel industry if...

Thanks to a poster with a good sense of humor on the MIMlist listserve for this one. You might be in the hotel industry if... 1. You sat at the same....More
May 10, 2004

Bueno idea from Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico, soon to be home to the $200 million, state-of-the-art Puerto Rico Convention Center, wants to know what planners want. So the Puerto....More
May 10, 2004

Think positive

The latest edition of the Positive Performance newsletter is out, and it’ a good one. I love the item on developing positive business partnerships....More
May 07, 2004

Scuse me, while I kiss this guy

If you’re of a certain age and musical bent, you’ll recognize this as the garbled version everyone sang of Jimi Hendrix’s song Purple Haze (it’s....More
May 07, 2004

Top 10 signs your child may turn out to be a meeting planner

We published this one in our e-newsletter, MeetingsNet Extra, a while back, but it's still funny, I think! Top 10 signs your child may turn out to be....More
May 07, 2004

More security measures at the airport

Worried that terrorists might dress up like airline and airport workers to get access to our planes, the Transportation Security Administration is....More
May 06, 2004

Video may have killed the radio star

but will meeting technology kill meeting industry associations? That’s the question tech guru Corbin Ball raises in an article from his latest....More
May 06, 2004

You get what you pay for

Here’s another spin on the attrition gig—remind people that they’ll get what they pay for if they reserve their room through third-party sites like....More
May 05, 2004

Int’l attendees, stay home?

The National Business Travel Association has released a white paper on the overall impact of CAPPS II and security-related privacy issues on travel....More
May 05, 2004

FYI on the FBI and airlines

Accordiing to Saturday’s New York Times, the release of airline passenger data in the aftermath of Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks airlines....More
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