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Slowly, but surely...

As Jason mentioned in his last post – we’ve had quite a busy and interesting summer.  We have successfully merged into a new company, and are now getting back into the daily swing of things.  Because of the merger process and with getting our new team up to speed, the blog was put on the back burner.

Over the last few months, we have received several comments and questions.  We are currently sorting through them, and committed to answering as many as possible. 

In the next while, we will take your questions and create a top ten-like Q&A post that should bring us up to date.

Also, something else to look forward to….  We will be introducing some new (Jason, Val, Victoria, Lisha & Kate) and returning (Michael & myself) contributors shortly.  Look for the bios to be posted soon.

Thanks for sticking with us during this process. 


(Contributor & Editor)

Let's continue the conversation…

At the mall the other day, I saw a sign that read "Please excuse our dust - we are renovating to serve you better." I immediately thought of Pumptalk. 

It has certainly been a busy stretch for our company, and as Jon pointed out in his 'good-bye' post, a time of tremendous change.  The merger of Suncor Energy and Petro-Canada has consumed us over the past few months.  However, through it all, we remained committed to keeping Pumptalk alive and well.

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Thanks. It's been a gas.

Sunset at PC How do you say goodbye to a blog?  As you can see by the date of my last post, it's taken some time for me to figure that out.   I started writing my last post a few times, but scrapped them all as they just didn't seem to work.  Why?  Well, because even as an author, I'm just a participant in the discussion.  If I was leaving a group discussion at a party, I wouldn't go around hugging everyone while tearfully saying goodbye.   It would seem a little odd.  So let me just say a few thanks and let you keep the discussion going.

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