Archives for March 2006

Nice to be on Duncan’s Aussie A-list

A while ago I read this post on an A-list of Australian bloggers put together in February by Charles Wright and other journalists. And while I understood that the list was a bit tongue-in-cheek, I have to admit thinking at the time that it would be nice to be on an A-list, for something (ideally legal, […]

Tris Hussey’s Review of 7 Step Business Blog

Rather delighted to read and hear Easy to read business blogging book … review and a podcast, by Tris Hussey – a joint review of my e-book 7 Step Business Blog and Andy Wibbels’ print book, Blog Wild! A Guide for Small Business. As I’ve posted on the 7 Step Business Blog site, Tris and I both contribute to Business Blog […]

The Challenge of Civil Conversation in the City of Bits

One of the books that informed significantly my attitude to and expectations of the online environment, is William J. Mitchell’s City of Bits, published by MIT Press in 1996, a long time ago in Web years. Hearing Bill speak about the book and its subject matter – ‘space, place and the infobahn’ – helped me to see the […]

LinkedIn Bloggers Boost – Patsi Krakoff on Writing Ezines and Blogs

It’s LinkedIn Bloggers Boost time again – the project in which we members of the 440+ member LinkedIn Bloggers group focus once a week on one of the members’ blogs, post something about it and link to it. This week the chosen blog is Writing Great Ezines & Blogs from Patsi Krakoff. Patsi Krakoff, a coaching […]

Support Your Local Coffee Shop and Grow Your Business

When you work from home it can be tempting to skip making coffee for yourself and head out to a local coffee shop. Generally I resist the temptation, but I was reminded the other day that giving in to it could be a very good thing for creativity and for business, even though you pay more […]