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July 04, 2004


Neil Olonoff

Frankly, I felt the decline in KM online activity began soon after 9/11/2001. Every time I do a search on KM topics, I notice that the dates of 'older than 9/11' documents seem to predominate. Not being as methodical and analytical as Denham Grey, I keep wondering if this is a figment of my imagination!

David Locke

I swore off my profession last week. I'm about to go offline, because I get no personal email any longer. My forum relationships seem to be in decline as well. There is litte reason to be online now.

I'm still working with Steve, but that is about all of it.

I don't know if it's just KM places. It seems like the whole Internet experience has sunk.

Miguel Cornejo

Yes, a couple :-). The com-prac email list on Yahoo is still quite interesting... and CPSquare is still doing interesting things.

Best regards,


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