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April 22, 2008

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Tom Martin

I think many have misunderstood the goal of my project. I'm not looking to create a librarian so much as a curator service. I&I is designed to be a service that gives marketers or agencies access to a person with a particular lens that they use to view the world.

With this lens they curate information, insight, and content and then present that back to subscribers in a format that is quick to read and digest but more importantly provides a context.

In fact, I'd think it a service perfect for InfoProfessionals like yourself.

Hope you'll stay tuned and keep your readers up to date with my progress.

Tom Martin

I think many have misunderstood the goal of my project. I'm not looking to create a librarian so much as a curator service. I&I is designed to be a service that gives marketers or agencies access to a person with a particular lens that they use to view the world.

With this lens they curate information, insight, and content and then present that back to subscribers in a format that is quick to read and digest but more importantly provides a context.

In fact, I'd think it a service perfect for InfoProfessionals like yourself.

Hope you'll stay tuned and keep your readers up to date with my progress.

Tom Martin

I think many have misunderstood the goal of my project. I'm not looking to create a librarian so much as a curator service. I&I is designed to be a service that gives marketers or agencies access to a person with a particular lens that they use to view the world.

With this lens they curate information, insight, and content and then present that back to subscribers in a format that is quick to read and digest but more importantly provides a context.

In fact, I'd think it a service perfect for InfoProfessionals like yourself.

Hope you'll stay tuned and keep your readers up to date with my progress.

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