So many ezines, so many pitches, so much color, so much urgency, so much of so much. And then along comes—let me check the name—yes, Gordon Daly with a little ezine that's nothing but a short letter (look it up: letter!) and I actually read it.
Who says one-person operations can't use business intelligence? I don't want MicroStrategy to outfit my tiny office, now near San Francisco, with its latest and greatest. No, but I do want a company like Intuit, ever more interested in the one-person market, to understand that money isn't the only data individuals should track.