As part of my goals for 2011, I’m trying to blog more regularly — once a week, right here, to be precise. As I mentioned, I don’t quite have the rhythm down yet. This is evidenced by the fact that I’m sitting in bed at 11:30pm on Sunday night writing this half-assed post, just so that I can get it in before the week ends…
So, in order to stick to my guns and my schedule, here’s a bit of a cop out, in the form of a brief list of things I’ve been thinking about and want to get down on paper at some point soon:
- The Enterprise End-Run — servicing enterprise users without working with enterprise clients.
- Where OpenPlans is headed — what’s on tap for 2011.
- Listening to the Internet — if you feel like no one is talking to you, chances are you’re wrong; you’re just not listening correctly.
- There’s a man in my inbox! — it’s all about the inbox, and I want a little man in there helping me out every day.
- My dad’s start up story — thirty-two years ago, my father started a company from nothing, and is still in business today.
- The adjacent possible — why this is such a neat way of thinking about new ideas.
There are a handful of other ideas swimming in my head soup as well, and I will try and keep those flowing to the Exobrain in near real-time.
And, with that, I will hit publish and see you next week.