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Wednesday, January 26, 2005

Giving You the Silent Treatment

I'm heading off on a little junket for the next few days. I've pledged that if the laptop gets booted up before next Tuesday, it will be to get some work done for pressing day-job deadlines, not to blog.

I'm going to try darn hard to hold myself to that promise, and I plan to succeed. Unless, of course, the Guggenheim hands me one more chance this week to take a cheap and easy shot.

Speaking of which....

If I were Thomas Krens, I would be burning the candle at both ends right now trying to come up with a way to annex the land across the street for a couple weeks next month. "The Guggenheim Central Park" has a nice ring to it, doesn't it? I also hear that there's already a spectacle show organized for the space and that "Germans are coming in large numbers." Perfect brand alignment and target market overlap, right?

Enough, already. I'm off. I'll be back by mid-next week.



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