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    Monday, June 21, 2010

    The Time Has Come

    I hardly ever update this blog so I’m going to officially say “I’m done”. Which isn’t hard to say since I have not posted much in the last year.  This blog started 6 years ago when blogging was the new and still misunderstand “cool” thing on the web. I’m not walking away from blogs or social media as it’s now called but don’t expect any new post on this site (for now).

    I sill have my Rob’s View blog which is mostly photos but might get some text in the future.  You can also follow me on Twitter (www.twitter.com\robelkins).

    I realize that some people originally subscribed to this blog for info on ESRI.  Make sure you checkout the new blogs on the ArcGIS Resource Center. I have been posting a lot there about the new ArcGIS 10 release.

    3 comments:

    Empoprises said...

    I enjoyed it while it lasted. (Coincidentally, I'll be attending a regional Association for Proposal Management Professionals meeting on Thursday evening. The meeting will be held on the ESRI campus. Looking forward to seeing it.)

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