Archive for 2007

AuctionWally a new auctioneer podcast

I stumbled upon this podcast recently at AuctionWally.com , and finally had time to listen to all his current and past episodes. A very interesting listen to keep you amused as you drive down the highway I must admit. Whether you are an auctioneer or an auction enthusiast you may find something amusing here.

What happens when you drink too much Labatt’s Blue ?

You look like like these guys ! Thanks to those who organised the media outing for us while attending a recent convention in Las Vegas to attend the Blue Man Group show. It’s amazing how there are comparison’s between how the Internet of today works like the original network that connects everyone’s home………Plumbing !

To Share…or Not to Share ?

While looking through my log files today I came across a spike in referrals from an antique industrial equipment enthusiast site called Practical Machinist . While that on it’s own is no great reason for a blog post, a thread I found on that site regarding auctions was most informative. If you were going to [...]

10 FireFox Tips To Rock Your World

Been meaning to write a post exactly like this for sometime, thanks to Newest On The Net for the post. Without a doubt, my favorite application on my computer is my mozilla Firefox browser. Here are 10 awesome mozilla Firefox tips that I recently discovered. 1. Open a new tab by double clicking on an [...]

How to be Unreachable & Productive

Here is a great post from the Web Publishing Blog I don’t know if you need to go to this extreme, but it is interesting. Of the nearly 500 auctioneers that we work with there are only a selected few that have my cel phone number. And of them, even a smaller number have my [...]

More Fast Talkers doing TV work

Watching the Grey Cup Today (Go Bombers !) and seen a few different commercials using Fast Talkers to squeeze as much info into 30 seconds as possible. Purolator Courier had a great one, and here is an Expedia.ca spot

Benefit Auctioneer Tom DiNardo is First US Auctioneer to Become a Credentialed Sommelier

(PRWEB) November 16, 2007 — After successfully graduating from the International Sommelier Guild’s grueling eighteen month long Sommelier Diploma Program, renowned charity auctioneer Tom DiNardo is the first auctioneer in the United States to become a fully credentialed sommelier. A sommelier is a person with extensive knowledge about oenology and wine and food pairings. “Completing [...]

Video: RSS in Plain English

From the Small Business Trends Blog If you do a lot of reading of news, magazine and blog sites on the Web, chances are you’ve run across the little orange RSS icons. Maybe you even are a pro at using RSS feeds, in which case you can skip this video. But, if you are still [...]

Buyers Pounce on Deals as Homes Go on the Block

From the NYTimes.com MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 21 — In a down real estate market, they came to buy. They came early, they came in numbers and they came with bank checks for $5,000. By 10 a.m. Saturday, more than 700 people filled a hall in the convention center here for what real estate agents say is [...]

Antique tractor fetches $400,000 at auction

From @gOnline.com A rare 1913 Case Model 30-60 — one of only five known to exist — brought a whopping $400,000 at auction in late September. At that price, the antique Case cost more than the most expensive modern tractor currently sold by Case IH. The $400,000 final bid also stands as the highest price [...]

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