Some readers may be hard-pressed to recall the name of the Department for Education and Employment's learning and technology minister - indeed, he won't be speaking at any union conferences - but Michael Wills has caught the eye of someone Very Important.
In February, he missed an appointment to adress a computer advisers' conference in Blackpool. Why? "Urgent business at Number 10", apparently.
The same reason came out again last month, when he left Patricia Hewitt, so-called "e-minister" for trade and industry, to hack over to east London to launch a joint DTIDFEE report on the "digital divide". Diary eyebrows are raised.
Not to suggest that Mike never turns up to meetings - he made all seven "classroom of the future" seminars around the country last month. Just the sort of energy Mr Tony likes.