Have a Wonderful Holiday

holidayDespite my best intentions I didn’t get my act together to send out cards or gifts to people this year. I’ve been extremely busy and have been just scrambling to get everything done. In fact, I’m still coming down to the wire on several projects.

I want to take a moment to say however that I very sincerely appreciate the people who read this blog, who invite me to speak and have hired me to do work for them. It’s humbling and gratifying. For those who don’t already know, I started a mobile program this year with Opus Research, called LocalMobileSearch, and it’s been fascinating, fun and challenging to dive deeper into mobile. Look forward to more stuff from that program next year.

Most of the time I exist in something of a vacuum, expressing my opinions on this blog and elsewhere. But whenever anyone tells me that they heard me or read something I wrote or spoke to me and found it valuable, I’m always somewhat surprised and pleased.

I’m unable to adequately respond to all the people who contact me — though I try. Sometimes things fall through the cracks or I don’t get back to someone. But I do my best to be diligent and responsive.

Anyway, this doesn’t sound much like holiday card but it’s an attempt to express gratitude. And, if I can help myself, I’ll try and stay “off the blog” for the duration of the year.

Let me say: may 2008 bring you health, happiness and success. And let’s hope the world is a little more peaceful and a little bit cleaner and greener next year than it was in 2007.

4 Responses to “Have a Wonderful Holiday”

  1. Will Scott Says:

    Thanks for all your hard work Greg.

    Your contribution is worth much more than a card.

    All the best,

  2. Alex Rambaud Says:

    Thank you very much Greg for your impressive inputs, ideas, thoughts this year (I should say these years now!).
    I read your posts on a daily basis for business purposes of course … but also by pleasure 🙂
    Greg, let me thank you today for all the pleasure you brought to me this year!

    All the Best for 2008!


  3. Pat Says:


    All the best for the coming year and thanks for all your insights and observations. Where would we be without them?

    Peace and happiness for you and family in 2008!


  4. Greg Sterling Says:

    Thanks Pat. You too.

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