It feels like time to blog again. For one thing, a lot of stuff is happening every day and I’m losing track so just literally logging interesting things right now would be a good idea.
Also, the microblog walled gardens are starting to eat themselves and this blog can be part of the fediverse, I believe.
In the meantime, today I had a good meeting planning the Design in Product conference (coming December 6). I also had a nice interview with Jesse Jarnow, my pal and one of the hosts of the Good Ol’ Grateful Deadcast, on the early days of Usenet, rec.music.gdead, the 5/8/77 hoax, and Dale the Porsche Guy.
I also picked up my new computer glasses. What a difference they make!
OK, what else? A few podcasts dropped this week:
- My most recent (third!) BayCHI appearance dropped via YouTube (after going out live this past Tuesday) and got a nice write up on LinkedIn from Phillipe Cailloux.
- My interview with Murray and Shane from No-nonsense Agile dropped yesterday.
- And on Tuesday my interview with SEO maven Anatolii Ulitovsky came out.
- And last week Lou Rosenfeld had me on his podcast to discuss the Design in Product conference.