Dpm's diary

February 2003
Computer Weekly;2/13/2003, p56
Trade Publication
Presents a humorous diary of an information technology professional. Participation in a segmentation analysis workshop; Idea of splitting web site into differently branded portals; Survey on preferred access channels.


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