Wow, it’s August. I must be getting old, because the weeks, months and years are beginning to fly by.
It’s been quiet on this blog for a while and (in tandem) my RSS reading has been sporadic at best.
Of course I have a defense. I’ve been pretty busy. Egypt was an experience, and I’ve moved to a new role at Microsoft (Corporate Citizenship since you ask).
Yesterday I installed the latest FeedDemon beta and rediscovered why RSS is such a great way to track news and opinions about anything you’re interested in.
Revisiting your RSS feeds is like re-discovering old friends, it’s fantastic. It’s also interesting to find out there are so many people still talking out the back of their trousers but then that’s one of the great things about the Internet and social media – the diversity.
Couple of posts to consider:
- I can’t agree enough with Stuart’s post on blogging versus Twitter.
- I also like Richard Bailey’s post on PR and personal conscience and social responsibility.
- Finally some good common sense from Jeremy Pepper on the WSJ’s decision to no longer respect embargoes.
I will be back.