IN PERSPECTIVE: To the right
The purpose of CED is to carry on a conversation, about what’s new,
what’s going on, who’s doing what, and why they’re doing it.
As an extra special bonus for you all, I’m not going to mention a word about network neutrality in this month’s column. I know, I know, you’re welcome.
What I am going to do is ask you to briefly glance to the right, (click here), where you will find our new publisher, Bill Parker.
Well, he’s not exactly new. For one thing, he’s been our associate publisher for a spell. And it’s not like he hasn’t been around for a while either. I mean, he’s got a bit of gray amongst the hairs on his chin. Not that that’s bad – it looks very distinguished on him. . . But I digress.
I am very pleased to continue working with Bill. I’m also tickled to point out that Rhonda Rhodes, formerly western account executive, has been promoted to associate publisher. They’re both great, and make an amazing team, and I am reasonably confident they will be able to pretty much hit the ground running here at CED.
I jest. They’ve been here on the ground running all along. Continuity – it’s a wonderful thing.
While you’re perusing the masthead, notice that there’s contact information for the entire staff. Some of you? You never call, you never write.
The purpose of CED – the purpose of any magazine – is to carry on a conversation, about what’s new, what’s going on, who’s doing what, and why they’re doing it. This is a reminder that you should feel free to drop us a line about anything.