Howdy from Carlsbad, Calif. We just got in for CIO Decisions today and we’re ready for a week of good tips, discussion and leadership recognition.
For those of you who don’t know, the CIO Decisions conference is an annual summit for midmarket CIOs held annually by the CIO Decisions Media Group (that’s us!) at TechTarget.
The centerpiece of the three day event is the CIO Decisions Midmarket Leadership Awards ceremony, which will be held tomorrow night. The awards are given to CIOs to recognize innovative IT projects that have shown true leadership and helped move companies forward. Be sure to check SearchCIO-Midmarket.com on Wednesday to read interviews and listen to podcasts held with each of the ten winners.
In the meantime, we’ve noticed the big mags turning an eye to the web recently, though it is a little consumer heavy.
Vanity Fair this month dropped an oral history of the Internet, complete with Rolling Stone Editor Jann Wenner claiming he saw the first hyperlink.
Not to be outdone, Wenner’s own mag just chimed in with a story looking at that whole “Did Mark Zuckerberg steal Facebook from someone else at Harvard?” question. Haven’t read it yet, but we will.