Posts Tagged ‘Most Influential’

Exactly How Influential?

May 12, 2011 7 comments

Apparently, 75th most influential in the Top 100. 

I can thank so many people for this honor.  My wife and 4 year old who made a game out of repeated voting for me.  Mark Polino for occasionally linking to my blog.  The folks at MSDWorld who clearly were doing bong hits and thought my inclusion in the list would be a great joke.  Tectura employees for casting one less vote for Tom Galambos (76) allowing me to cleanly slide up a tier.  And, most of all, a big thank you to my 15 loyal readers who created the grass roots campaign to nominate me in the first place.

Next year, as a group, let’s all try to knock Doug Burgum off the list entirely.  Isn’t he retired and playing golf with Elvis these days?


Apparently, Not Particularly Influential


I am totally getting my butt kicked by the ever attractive Gianmarco Salzano and the Nav guru Guobjartur Pall Guobjartsson in the most recent DynamicsWorld Top 100 Most Influential Dynamics Professional poll.

Any help out there?  Remember, bring you proof of voting to Convergence and I’ll buy you a beer.  You can vote here:

Microsoft Dynamics Most Influential Person? Me?

March 24, 2011 1 comment

Well, somehow I got into the nominee list for the DynamicsWorld beauty contest entitled “The Microsoft Dynamics Most Influential Person”.  Assuming Ballmer’s fans don’t fix the vote, and Polino/Carlson/Weldon/Johnson/Musgrave/Holst-Jensen fans amazingly call in sick, I may (stress the word “may”) have the smallest chance of ranking 20th if, and only if, my tens of devoted readers click this link ( and vote for me, the humblest blogger in the Dynamics space.

Take a screen shot of the voting process, show it to me at Convergence, and I’ll buy you a beer.  Of course, you’ll have to wend your way through all my admiring fans surrounding me at the bar, but, trust me, its worth the effort.

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