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Bloggers Hanging It Up?

There is an interesting article in Crain’s Chicago business this week about the demise of blogging – not enough bang for the buck, lots of effort for little (?) feedback, the absence of anything really interesting to say.  I’ll drink to all of those observations!

But what I have learned since starting to read/write “blog” is that there are all sorts of posters – bloggers who post six times a day, those to write daily musings, companies with weekly bulletins on blogs, and individuals who post rather erratically – maybe six times in one month, maybe skipping a month, sometimes daily (this last sort would be me).

I want to share observations about what it going on in our industry, market and company with visitors, and that doesn’t mean there is something to impart daily.  But things are changing so rapidly in the world of document distribution and management and in the world of information distribution that there will probably always be something worth noting.  It will never be a diary, but I hope that it will be interesting.  Hope you agree!

Cathie Cushing Duff

One of the third generation membership owners at Cushing, Cathie has been active in the organization since 1975. A graduate of the University of Toronto (St. Michael’s College) she attended the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business and has been a guest lecturer at the University of Illinois School of Business. A Past President of the North Central Reprographic Association and International Reprographic Association, she has served on the ReproMAX Association and Chicago Family Business Council Boards. When not exploring print and digital communications, her passions are family, knitting and crocheting. Visit Cathie’s Google + profile.

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