16th June 2007

A guide for those that are new to this blog…

Over the last several weeks, average daily page views to this blog have increased about 30%…along with it, a number of new subscribers to my .  So, to my new readers…WELCOME and thanks for checking out this site.  I sincerely hope you find valuable things here to read.  For those who have stuck with me the last few months since I launched, a hearty thank you to you as well.  There’s no compliment like a bit of readership:)

As this site has grown, I’ve come to the conclusion it will soon need a re-design with a focus on findability of the "best" content.  But, that is still work for another day.  Given the arrival of more recent readers, I decided to post here a quick guide to the most frequently read content from the first ~120 days of this blog…as well as a few calls to action.

Quick links:

Why this blog started in the first place:  A Logical Beginning.

Convincing the unconverted on Communities:  The 5 part (to date) series!

Part 1: The Analogy

Part 2: Fear by Example

Part 3: The Data/Evidence Approach

Part 4: The Assumptive Close

Part 5: Is your baby ugly?

Business Case for Community topics:

Community Management topics:


Podcasts on communities I’ve done:

#1:  Mobile Tech in TAFE


#3:  Solshare interview

Calls to action:

  • Grab my if you enjoyed reading anything here.
  • Are you ??  Get with it and add me .
  • ?  Add me .
  • Delicious?  "Draft" me here.
  • Check out my day job here
  • Add me in Linkedin .
  • REALLY like this page?  Favorite me in Technorati  (shameless promotion…)
  • And Finally:  If you find things here you like and you blog…have you linked to me?  Thanks!!



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  1. 1 On June 17th, 2007, Chuck Boyce said:

    Hey Sean,

    Here’s a link to the interview that you granted us at the PASS Summit last winter. It was a freelance thing that Adam Machanic and I did for SSWUG.ORG. I’m a 4 week digital filmmaking workshop in Film School now (nyfa.edu) and I wince when I see my earlier film work (can you say overexposure), but I think this interview actually came out ok! Next time I interview on screen, it will rock much better!

    Have a great day!


  2. 2 On June 17th, 2007, Sean ODriscoll said:

    Thanks Chuck!

  3. 3 On June 17th, 2007, Mobile Technology in TAFE » Blog Archive » Giving it a try! said:

    […] hope the people who I follow (Sean, Darren, Kathryn, Vicki, Kate, Jacinta, Stephen) that are using these applications are actually […]

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