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Building a Statement of Work

I help companies refine what they want to achieve with technology/services and find vendors (internal or external) to help them build the technology and related processes. In the past 3 months, I’ve been asked to share some of the tools I use when helping my clients develop a plan for successful technology projects. Two of the tools I use are

Tip to Automatically Dial a Phone Extension

I’m on a lot of conference calls requiring an extension to be dialed. Since I’m often in the car or walking while talking, I need a quick way to enter the extension and the “#” button. There’s a nice tool for Apple iPhones and Android phones to help speed the dialing. The meeting invites typically look like this: Phone Number:

What’s Going On in 2010 With Technology?

There are a lot of predictions about technology – especially this time of year. After reading a number of these prediction lists and thinking about them, here’s what I think we’ll see this year. Google’s Android (mobile phone software) will get a lot of hype and developers will flock to it – generating true competition for Apple and the iPhone.

Materials from the PRSA-KAGC Social Media Presentation

I would like the thank the Thoroughbred Chapter of the PRSA and the KY Association of Government Communicators for allowing me to speak at their Fall conference. The slides and video (in a playlist) are below. How Can Social Media Fit Into My Daily Life? View more presentations from Bill Dotson.

FanStream – Our iPhone Sports App

A few minutes ago, we reached another milestone with our app, FanStream. All Division I football teams now have their roster, schedule, and news inside the app. Except, they are not really inside the app unless you are offline since they come from the web. Huh?! We know that its rare when someone does not have internet access. However, there

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