Many of my blog posts are written in response to something that someone else has written. I read a lot of other people’s blogs and when I find something I find interesting I star it (in Google Reader speak). I’ll then go back and look at the stared items and write about them. Sometimes though I have more stared items than time to write, sometimes when I go back to the stared items I’m not sure what I should write. So the number of stared items grows over time.
Here’s a list of blog posts that I didn’t write based on articles that I sound interesting:
Potentially for Because it’s Friday’s
- Did This Amazing Video Just Reinvent the Timelapse Genre?
- Pop Bubble Wrap While you Wait for Instant Anti-Stress
- Sing Along With These 12 Holiday Songs on YouTube
- Incredible Time-Lapse Video Shows Stars and Clouds Over Volcanic Island
- ‘The Onion’ Skewers Social Media ‘Experts’ [VIDEO]
- How an Invitation to Tea Curbed a Slew of Suicide Attempts
- A Stop-Motion Crochet ‘Quadropus’ Turns the City Blue
- Coolest Engineering Professors Ever Help Flash Mob Students [VIDEO]
Potentially for Technical, Learning and Social Writings
- AWS Marketplace – Support for Windows Applications (ISVs Wanted)
- Dilbert Comic for November 24, 2012
- How to Learn Anything
- Six Simple Rules For Doing Better With Less
- Why The Paradigm Shift In Management Is So Difficult
- Want To Live A Meaningful Life? Stop Thinking It’s About You
- Its all about the granularity
- Management of Access Control in the Enterprise
- Dilbert: Comic for October 20, 2012
- The Acute Heptagram of Impact
- Why I’m Joining The Movement To Stop Answering After-Hours Email
- A New Model for Categorizing Collaboration Technology
- How to Effortlessly Attract Your Dream Life by Designing Your Perfect Average Day
- The Storytelling Animal: 4 questions for Jonathan Gottschall
- I’m strange and I’m proud
- Let the droids do the boring stuff
- 4 Misconceptions About Managing Techies
- You are not so kind as you used to be
- Dare to Disagree through Critical Thinking
- Negotiating between chaos and project deadlines
- Gartner’s Six Principles of Social Media
- Governance is key
- What does Citrix XenDesktop on FlexPod mean to you?
- Improve Your Powers of Observation by Taking Field Notes Like a Scientist [Mind Hacks]
- Guest Post: Making federated authentication work in the cloud
- The Psychology Of Casinos
- Analyzing Storage Performance using the Windows Performance Analysis ToolKit (WPT)
- The Fundamentals of Calendar Hacking
- Dedicate 30 Minutes a Day to Learn Something New [Learning]
- A Survival Guide for Beating Information Addiction
- Overcoming the VDI IOPS Challenge
- Social Networking and Going Back to Basics
- Does Culture Eat Strategy for Lunch?
- 2012: the year of unstructured technologies and market change
How’s that for an eclectic mix of information?
I’m not saying that I won’t return to some of these in 2013, but as so much information gets published all of the time it’s unlikely. If there’s something you’d like to write about out of this list just leave me a comment and I’ll see what I can do.