I'm at the CASE (Council for the Advancement and Support of Education) District VIII Conference in Seattle, watching Jessica Balsam, Susan Hayes-McQueen, and Jennifer MacCormack present "How To Train Your Dragon." I'm not actually really live-blogging, as I've just got too much going on at this one (I'm on the program committee), but wanted to give a shout-out to CASE and the awesome ladies of UW's research shop.

I love their metaphor of the dragon: big unwieldy data sets, aka the "too many prospects" problem. Check out Jessica, Susan, and Jen's article by the same name in the Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement's Connections to learn what they did about it: their campaign preparedness list and their Discovery Challenge.
I will be tweeting (@amandajarman) from time to time, so keep up with me there. I may post a few things here too, depending on how excited I get.