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2)People are willing to share, something I feel is lacking in the "real" world, even if they have never met the person they are helping.----It was nice to finally meet some of you guys/gals at PubCon.
3)Doing business on the web is not impossible, very possible and profitable actually, even if you weren't teethed on a mouse.
4)Oh Yeah and of course all the technical stuff ;)
I had the opportunity to speak to Brett briefly at PubCon and I thanked him for establishing a community that has helped, at times, to keep me in the game and would also like to thank all the members here who make up this community of professionals.
Lawman, told you I'd post in foo every once in a while.
OK. Enough sentiment back to work.
Great list of what you've learned, and I'd ditto all of them. I'd also add one thing:
* you never stop learning in this industry and the best place to stay ahead of (or occasionally catch up with) the learning curve is right here
Cheers to Brett and all at WebmasterWorld who have made this an educational year.
[edited by: pleeker at 11:02 pm (utc) on May 22, 2003]
Such a true statement :)
How could you leave?
even non-Webmasters would find this forum thoroughly entertaining (even if the jokes about the google dance went over their head ;) )
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I've seen a few members that actually tried to go away... and after a while they all came back. hehehehe
(even if the jokes about the google dance went over their head ;) )