It has been five years since my first post on Feb. 18, 2006. In a way it’s the 5-year anniversary for this blog, but I haven’t really been writing as frequently lately as I should be in order to claim that legitimately. This is my first post in 2011! So to celebrate, I’m raiding theContinue reading “Five years of blogging… Sort of”
The FASB is expertly highlighting its growing irrelevance by agreeing to change mark-to-market to mark-to-sorta-market-but-not-really-because-banks-don’t-like-having-to-write-down-their-worthless-derivatives-to-fair-value.
If you’re subscribed to my RSS feed, you don’t need to check the site itself to receive any updates I make in terms of posts (or comments, made by everyone, in the case of the comments RSS feed). In that case, you may not have noticed yet that I’ve added a new “section” of sortsContinue reading “The tumblelog”
There are few golden examples of corporate blogging policies that provide employees useful and necessary guidance on what they can blog about and how they should do it as it relates to company information. Sun Microsystems stands out as a company that actively encourages their employees to engage each other and the wider tech worldContinue reading “Develop a corporate blogging policy”
It was a long time ago in internet years that I started reading Dave Winer‘s blog, Scripting News, and even longer since I started reading Jakob Nielsen‘s writings on his site, useit.com. These two are truly pioneers of the digital age, with Winer instrumental in the development and promotion of RSS and Nielsen writing theContinue reading “The value of blog postings and comments”