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I've decided that it is time to help CHET JUSTICE of ORACLENERD get himself from the east coast to the west coast for Oracle Open World.

SO...I have two highly stylin ORACLENERD tshirts in hand to give away (pictured).
One XL Mens (black, heavy weight), one L Womans (white, action t).

All you have to do is leave a comment in THIS POST on why you like FUSION ECM blog. Be sure to include your email address in the comment form so I can contact you for shipping addresses if you win.

A couple things: I will be the sole judge of who wins so flattery gets you everywhere. There will be two winners to ensure both shirts go to different folks. No telling if you'll get the mens or womens T but that makes it even more exciting eh? Winners will be selected some time in the next two weeks or when I feel like there are enough entries to make it interesting.

Finally, comments are all moderated by me so any spam or nastiness will be rejected. Good Luck!


I just LOVE this blog because it brings insight and all the good news about ECM. It helps me with my daily tasks and also provides me good info to my college paper about KM!!! =D

Posted by Olivia on August 28, 2009 at 05:36 AM CDT #


Posted by Valerie Harper on August 28, 2009 at 05:44 AM CDT #

Because you post on it Billy! But seriously, this Blog is always a helpful source of information about not only the ECM products and direction, but industry direction in general. Also it's a great resource for those trying to understand the problems associated with ECM (being relatively new in the industry myself). Lastly, I'd say that the various demos and annoucements are good so as to keep up with what you are doing over there on the west coast :-). Thanks for the effort and posts guys (Raoul - you should post more)!

Posted by Aaron Romine on August 28, 2009 at 06:56 AM CDT #

I don't like this blog at all. It sets the bar too high for the rest of us slacker bloggers.

Posted by BK on August 28, 2009 at 08:07 AM CDT #

@Valerie Harper What is that all about?

Posted by watzabatza on August 30, 2009 at 12:30 AM CDT #

Fusion ECM brings in an alternate perspective that definitely helps in my work. I think we often react in agreement or disagreement because of our emotions, but hearing another side, passionately presented, really makes us think!

Posted by Vijay Kumar on August 30, 2009 at 06:13 AM CDT #

I like this blog because Billy's been bold about being a blogger that boasts big semantic benefits. Billy's blog is NOT boring's bright, beneficial and embracing. Blog on Billy.

Posted by Tom Motzel on September 01, 2009 at 01:20 PM CDT #

Wow 7 comments (+this) ! You are a rock star....

Posted by dave on September 02, 2009 at 10:29 PM CDT #

I love this blog because Billy brings a perspective on content managment that ties together so many pieces and concepts into a solution that focuses on delivering results.

Posted by Tim Gruidl on September 03, 2009 at 05:25 AM CDT #

So, I missed the contest but still wanted to share my two cents.. Billy and this blog rock because he challenges his readers to think beyond the world of CONTENT management we have known, and explore the possiblities of what it COULD BE thanks to his INNOVATIVE and fresh ideas.

Posted by Jen Marzolf on September 15, 2009 at 05:42 AM CDT #

I love about this blog is because it something special that I can't stop reading it and it keep coming on and on. That is why I love so much about this blog! Hope I can keep up with it

Posted by Jimmy Teh on September 16, 2009 at 12:14 AM CDT #

The best thing about these t-shirts is that Billy actually wear them for real, this is how I went to talk with this very interesting geek in a plane between Paris and Atlanta, 32000 feet away from the ground ! =)

Posted by Jérémie BORDIER on September 16, 2009 at 09:25 AM CDT #

I like it because then I can tell Billy is still alive and talkin. I just can't tell what he's wearing though.... One of these days I'm gonna catch him wearing his semantic webs he talks about with a semantic kilt and utility belt. Then I know he's OK and don't have to keep sendin money to that charity he set up,

Posted by David Johnson on September 24, 2009 at 08:07 AM CDT #

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