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(They’re Back!) New Year’s Anti-Resolutions for 2017

by Jeffrey Mann  |  January 2, 2017

Last year, I opted not to do the yearly New Year’s anti-resolutions I have been doing since 2009. I thought that things were generally going pretty well, with no need to talk people out of doing stuff I don’t think they should be doing. Big mistake. Looking back on 2016, it seems that there is a need […]

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Anti-Anti-Resolutions for 2016

by Jeffrey Mann  |  January 4, 2016

I have been writing anti-resolutions around this time for several years. They are “anti” in the sense that they describe things I would like other people to stop doing rather than what I intend to do. But not this year. This is an anti-anti-resolution post. Because I came up blank. Nothing new to moan and […]

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2015’s New Years Anti-Resolutions

by Jeffrey Mann  |  January 1, 2015

For the past several years (way too many, actually), I have written a series of blog posts on anti-resolutions for the new year. So far, that and the April Fool’s Dauy post have been my most reliable posts, sometimes the only posts in a year. Publishing predictions in a blog or video post around this […]

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2014’s New Years Anti-Resolutions

by Jeffrey Mann  |  January 1, 2014

For the past several years, I have written a series of blog posts on anti-resolutions for the new year. Publishing predictions in a blog or video post around this time of year is easy and predictable. So I won’t. If lots of people do something, that usually is enough reason for me not to do it. My resolutions are “anti” […]

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New Year’s Anti-Resolutions for 2013

by Jeffrey Mann  |  January 1, 2013

For the last several years, I have written a series of blog posts on my anti-resolutions for the year. It’s easy to publish predictions and yearly previews in a blog around this time of year. So I won’t. If lots of people do something, that usually is a pretty good reason for me not do […]

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New Year’s Anti-Resolutions for 2012

by Jeffrey Mann  |  January 1, 2012

For the last several years, I have done blog posts on what I call my anti-resolutions for the year. Many bloggers publish their predictions and highlights around this time of year. So I won’t. If lots of people do something, that usually is a good enough reason for me not do it. My resolutions are […]

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New Years Anti-Resolutions for 2011

by Jeffrey Mann  |  January 1, 2011

For the last two years, I have done blog posts on what I call my anti-resolutions for the year. Many bloggers publish their predictions, personal resolutions and highlights around the end of the year. So I won’t. If lots of people do something, that usually is a good enough reason for me not do it. […]

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My New Year’s Anti-Resolutions for 2010

by Jeffrey Mann  |  December 30, 2009

Last year, I did a blog post on what I call my anti-resolutions for the year. Traditionally, many blogs publish their predictions and personal resolutions around the end of the year. So I won’t. Instead, I want to talk about my anti-resolutions for 2010.They are “anti” in a couple different ways. The main one is […]

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Collaboration and Social Software Anti-Resolutions for 2009

by Jeffrey Mann  |  January 1, 2009

Many blogs publish their predictions and personal resolutions on the first day of the year. So I won’t. Instead, I want to talk about 10 anti-resolutions for 2009. They are anti in a couple different ways. The main one is that these are not things that I intend to do, but stuff that I hope […]

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New Year’s Reversolutions for 2018

by Jeffrey Mann  |  January 2, 2018

For nine years now, I have been posting a list of New Years anti-resolutions, as a light-hearted look at what I think other people should stop doing. Industry analysts are more accustomed to to telling others what to do than looking at ourselves. That is much easier, and generally makes for more interesting blog posts. This […]

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