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As we make plans for WPC, I’ve noticed a recurring theme in meetings and partner conversations: harnessing the endless power of a peer network! We’re huge fans of the Learning Plan Tool (for obvious reasons), but we also know that your peer network is a huge part of how you learn.
I’m curious – what peer networks do you belong to and rely on to resolve IT issues or learn about new things? Leave a comment below or let us know via Twitter.
If you run a peer network or a local partner group, Leave a comment below or let us know via Twitter – we'll update this post as we receive your suggestions to help you make other local partners aware of your group and your resources.
I actually read (or try to read) each of the Partner Network Newsletters. However, my email client is MS Windows Live Mail. When rendered in that client, the text is extraordinarily tiny, which, to the average 20-30 something techie is perfectly acceptable. However, to this 70 year old executive, it is damned near illegible. The text size seems to be completely unaffected by the text size settings in Windows Live Mail.
Is there some way (short of resetting the text/font sizes throughout my Windows 7 box) that I can get the newsletters rendered into a text size that is larger and, hence, more legible?
This is an Enterprise Search User Group based in New York City. We have meetings every 2nd Wednesday of the month.
Thanks Jamees - Do you have a URL that I could include so partners know how to find you and your meeting dates/locations? Thanks!
Rob - I'll see what we can do about fixing that text size for you. Appreciate the feedback.