Web Presence

This page is to detail my web presence. This is because I often forget who I am and where, and so now all I have to do is check this page!

By the way… the number of social networking profiles the average person has out there is pretty ridiculous.

Web Pages

  • Brian Crawford: This blog.
  • Futurists: My electronic music blog, where I post my music, samples, DJ mixes, etc.
  • Entangled.com: My international business and project and portfolio management blog.
  • Soundlord: My former music site.
  • Process Magic: My former business site.
  • Social Networking

  • Facebook
  • LinkedIn
  • MySpace
  • Friendster
  • FriendFeed
  • Bebo
  • Orkut
  • Brightkite
  • Foursquare
  • Gowalla
  • LiveJournal
  • Vox
  • Slashdot
  • GitHub
  • Microblogging

  • Twitter
  • Twitpic
  • Identi.ca
  • Music

  • Last.fm
  • SoundCloud
  • SoundClick
  • Photography

  • Flickr
  • Video

  • YouTube
  • Viddler
  • Vimeo

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    1. shamshul
      19. Feb, 2012 at 4:45 pm #

      plz mail m ur email id that i can ask something related to PMP.I am planning to do PMP

      • Brian
        13. Mar, 2012 at 7:26 am #

        hello shamsul, I have sent an email to the email address that you have indicated. Best of luck on preparing for your PMP certification examination – I hope that your studying has been going well.

    2. Shri
      28. Sep, 2012 at 3:07 pm #

      Hi Brian,

      Please send me your email id as I am interested in preparing for PMP certification.

      Thank you

      • Brian
        30. Sep, 2012 at 8:45 am #

        Hi Shri, good luck with your PMP certification application and studies… I’ll send you an email, but you can also ask any questions you have about PMP certification on Entangled.com, which is where I tend to answer most public questions about project management. Thanks!

    3. Bridgit
      11. Sep, 2015 at 8:19 am #

      Hi Brain,

      I am from India, would like to en-quire regarding the PMP certification. Could you please pass me your mail id?

      • Brian Crawford
        23. Nov, 2015 at 1:29 pm #

        Hello Bridgit,

        I hope all is going well with your PMP certification endeavors. Perhaps you could leave the question on Entangled.com? I do plan to get to answering the various questions people have been leaving on that site.

        Best of luck!

    4. Ashley
      23. Jun, 2016 at 10:18 pm #

      Hello Brian,
      My name is Ashley. I left a comment on your project management blog, but I am not sure how often you check that site. Sorry if I am being bothersome by commenting on both pages, but I just wanted to make sure you saw my question. Thanks in advance for the help; here’s a copy of my question below:

      Hello, maybe you’ll be able to help me!
      I am graduating college in a few months with a B.A. in Public Relations. I recently decided I wanted to be a project manager, but I am having trouble deciding what my next step should be. I plan on taking a PM course at my school next semester. It is a three day long course($1100) and I will receive a certificate after completion. My next thought was to go to grad school and get an MBA or MS in project management, but this is where the real dilemma comes into play. I want to attend NYU SCPS, but after reading reviews for the school and many like it, I am second guessing attending a professional studies college. These colleges seem(according to my research) to be geared towards people that already have experience in project management and/or want to gain more experience or advance to higher positions in their current companies. Reviewers have stated that these courses do not “teach” like a typical college course because people generally have experience. I am learning from the ground up, so I feel I need a more academic setting.
      Am I overthinking things? Is getting an MBA or MS from one the advanced/continuing studies colleges worth it? Will it teach me in the way I need it to? What would be better alternatives?
      Thank you for your advice!

      • Brian Crawford
        23. Jun, 2016 at 10:36 pm #

        Hi Ashley,

        You are correct that I have not updated Entangled.com lately. Since you are so interested in getting advice I do not mind that you wrote on both sites! I would be glad to help wherever I can.

        Please note that the following are my opinions only, so take them with a grain of salt:

        I am not very familiar with the SCPS program. However, it sounds to me like a specialized Masters for a specialized field. If you are truly interested in project management, I would highly recommend getting an MBA. True, you could get a Masters in Project Management, and that would also be very powerful for project management. But a good MBA from a good school will open up more doors, and perhaps would be more impressive (you have to tackle some difficult subjects in a good MBA). If there were two applicants for a job, one with an MBA and PMP certification, and the other with a Masters in Project Management and PMP certification, I do not know if the Masters in Project Management would give that candidate an edge. In my opinion it would be pretty much equal. On the other hand, the MBA would also qualify you for higher level positions later on in your career.

        I do think you are smart for getting a certificate in project management. If you have read the posts on the Entangled.com blog, you will see that a lot of people have trouble getting enough project management work experience to take the PMP examination. That is because employers want experienced project managers, preferably with PMP certification, to manage their projects; but in order to apply to get PMP certified, you need to have project management work experience. It is a bit of a conundrum. So if you are able to get enough project management work experience to apply for and take the PMP exam, you are in good shape.

        I hope this helps! Best of luck to you.

    5. Praj
      11. Nov, 2018 at 12:30 pm #


      I have some queries regarding PMP certification . Can you please connect me over my mail ID


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