Thursday, April 30, 2015

A good day all around

I'm generally not one to toot my own horn: I figure people hear from me enough by virtue of what I do, as being a journalist tends to put your work "out there" on a fairly regular basis. But I had a neat day on Tuesday and thought that writing about it here would be the online equivalent of pinching myself.

The day started rather happily with an article - Track your stuff anywhere in the world, without GPS - that quoted me being published in USA Today. Byline is Simon Cohen, and the piece profiles iTraq, an interesting approach to keeping your things from getting lost.

The day got better with news that a magazine article I wrote last year had been nominated for the Kenneth R. Wilson Awards in the Best One-of-a-Kind-Article category. The piece was called The Millenial Factor (PDF here - the article is on page 18) and it was published as the cover article in Connections+ Magazine's September/October 2014 issue. The awards recognize the best business-to-business (B2B) magazine writing in Canada.

The awards ceremony is scheduled for June 2nd in Toronto, so I'll hold my breath till then. Whatever happens, it's a delightful and unexpected honor.



Bob Scotney said...

Well done, Carmi - and well deserved.

Tabor said...

Absolutely nothing wrong with letting blogger readers know that others are tooting your horn!

Bradley Brodkin said...

Congratulations Carmi, what a great honour and good luck! -BB

Tracie Nall said...

Congratulations. It is great that your work is being recognized.

Michael Manning said...

Carmi: Great news for a great writer! Nice to read this good news!! :)

Rob Campbell said...

This is the 1st time that I have gotten onto your blog- hence I am quite late in offering you my enthusiastic congratulations on your nomination.
Certainly very well-deserved and best of luck on June 2nd!