Web 2.0 & Practice 2.0 – Bayoneting the wounded. By Simon Hurst

It looked like a relatively simple and innocent question but my recent article asking how far Web 2.0 could go towards providing a complete solution for a new accountancy practice has so far generated 56 comments; one or two of which actually sought to address the question asked.

A few of the issues raised have been very specific and may best be resolved directly between the parties involved, but overall, the debate has highlighted a range of important issues concerning accountants,

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david_terrar's picture

Thanks and Twinfield

david_terrar | | Permalink

Simon,
I'm really please you've picked up the various constructive threads and repositioned your article. Thanks for the mentions. Just one thing, a slip of your keyboard, start of para 6 - they haven't actually named the company after my surname (yet).

Hope you enjoyed London Wiki Wednesday this week.
Regards,
David Terrar
Business Two Zero

shurst's picture

Is 58 a record

shurst | | Permalink

No, I think you'll find that's a 78.....

shurst's picture

Sorry and corrected

shurst | | Permalink

Thanks David - error corrected

david_terrar's picture

Is 58 a record?

david_terrar | | Permalink

Simon - thanks! By the ways I've responded to Neil Wilson's last comment over at the other article. I'm very interested to see if he answers my questions or responds.

Is 58 comments a record?
David Terrar
Business Two Zero