Since I was at Twitter, one of the things I have been doing a lot of is pontificating. Those who know me would say that this isn’t too different any period in my life. But, when it comes to the state of the marketing/communications industry, there has been an actual point, edge and timeliness to my rants — as opposed to my more typical babblings about the dangerous threat of dubstep, the SF Giants’ lack of hitting or foodie restaurants that have some sort of political agenda against serving non-artisan soft drinks.
To spread the pain away from my friends and Twitter followers… this blog.
I blogged a lot from 2004-2009 and got burned out on it. It became a chore and something that was always hanging over my head to do. That shouldn’t happen here. There’s so much happening with the evolvement of communications, the internet industry and media landscape that available time will be my primary inhibitor to the creation of words and obtuse references to movies from the early ’80s.