Welcome to my blog. I’ve been on the sidelines of blogging for a long time. It’s taken me a while to get this blog off the groun given my hectic personal and professional life. Adding yet another item to the list was a daunting idea. But becoming part of the conversation in cyberspace has a seductive appeal to someone like me. Now I’m in the game and I’m excited.
So what can you expect from this blog? I cover emerging technologies for Gartner so you can expect to see me post about the cool new things I encounter – particularly in the areas of user interface and interaction technologies. I also lead Gartner’s research agenda on cloud computing along with David Mitchell Smith so you will hear a lot from me about this disruptive phenomena. Finally you can expect to see me opine about the Web in general from both personal and professional perspectives.
One more thing: I grew up in Kansas City and I’m a huge barbeque fan so I’ll try and sneak in some fun stuff once in a while. All work and no play …
So off I go. I hope that you find my posts interesting, sometimes challenging and always entertaining. Give me feedback on what you think about my posts and point me to other interesting information on the web. That’s what blogging is all about.
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