Martin’s Musings: Emergence

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Time for Team Blogging?

I was reflecting on this post from Chris Garret overat Performancing. It really rings true for me. There is so much I would like to cover or write about but it just does not seem there is enough time! It used to be that the whole point of blogging is that you could get online and write with little or no barriers on ease of use, etc. It kind of reminds me of the early 80s when PageMaker from Aldus (now Adobe) came out. Everyone was doing (or wanting to do) newsletters. It was easy. 😉 Then it hit that in order to be successful you had to morph into something else (or many things). To do a reasonable job, you essentially became a mini-newspaper. And so it goes with blogging….

BTW: While it is not the only tool that I use, I am writing this with Performancing 1.1.1.

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March 9, 2006 Posted by | Collaboration, Commentary, Community, Personal, Random Thoughts, Technology, Web 2.0 | Leave a comment

Wish I could figure which one of these I was!

Mister Snitch has an interesting take on what is needed for a popular blog. It is a very good analysis. I only wish I knew which one I am…
 
 
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December 1, 2005 Posted by | Commentary, Community, Culture, Personal, Random Thoughts | Leave a comment

The Flu is not just Achoo!

A pandemic’s second front – Editorials & Commentary – International Herald Tribune

The possibility of an avian flu pandemic is real. In America, President George W. Bush has sensibly proposed a substantial investment to detect, identify and contain the virus, when and where it begins human-to-human spread.
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November 30, 2005 Posted by | Behavior, Commentary, Community, Culture, Leadership, Personal, Random Thoughts | Leave a comment

Iraq and Constitution

Now that Iraq is transitioning to their constitution. They are going to need as much help as possible. When you think about it, the American constitution was a tough enough thing to agree on and pull together, with the help of some very bright people in a simpler time. When you consider the factions, etc. It is amzing that they have made it this far. Especially since you have to figure that the U.S. has been keeping itself busy “advising”. The thought of all this boggles the mind!

August 22, 2005 Posted by | Commentary, Community, Culture, Leadership, Values | Leave a comment