It’s kinda sad when a blog looks abandoned, isn’t it?
When I started blogging way back in January 2003, there weren’t a lot of other places where I could communicate and express myself publicly. My blog picked up in popularity in the early years because there weren’t that many of us with blogs compared to those who were reading them.
It was because of this blog that I had the amazing opportunity to write for GigaOm and I got noticed in the nonprofit Salesforce community. I will be forever grateful.
Certainly, I have no plans to take the site down, thanks to free WordPress.com and the marginal yearly cost to maintain the domain. There’s over 10 years of content here (nearly 2,000 posts) that still pops up in Google search results from time to time. And who knows, maybe I’ll pick up the blogging bug again some day.
In the meantime, you can find me on the Power of Us Hub (if you’re a Salesforce user in the nonprofit world), the Salesforce Success Community, Ravelry (if you’re addicted to yarn like I am) or Twitter. I also write occasional articles on KELL Partners’ website.
If you want to email me directly, the contact form here is still the best way to get in touch. I do reply to every message that isn’t spammy/marketing.