Yep, I’m going to be posting more often.

November is NaNoWriMo, National Novel Writing Month, when thousands upon thousands of us bang out 50,000 words in an attempt to salve our frustration as humanities darlings.

In concert with NaNoWriMo is NaBloPoMo, National Blgo Posting Month, where those of us who are lazy bloggers try to do a post every day.

I’ve been thinking recently that since I already read a significant number of Education, Library and Knowledge Management feeds, and send them by email every day to friends and colleagues, that I’m wasting a lot of good blog posting material. However, since I share a lot on my Google Reader page, I don’t want to all of a sudden start posting every 15 minutes.

So, here are my rules.

1. If I am going to email an article to a colleague, I’m going to post it on my blog with my commentary on it. This will be Education, Library Copyright and Knowledge Management stuff only.

2. If I think an article is cool and noteworthy, I’m going to share it in Google Reader (and Buzz) Here you’ll get my crazy politics, local news (Qatar, UAE and Saudi english press and blogs), Mormon Studies, Evangelical and Pentecostal studies, as well as Education, Library, Copyright and Knowledge Management stuff.

Twitter and Google Reader feeds appear in the sidebars of the blog.

I’m working on a series of bundles for all of the above, I’ll start offering OMPL files and Google Reader Bundles of RSS feeds in the next few weeks for those of you who want to read what I read.

You’re more than welcome to hit me up on Twitter, Linkedin or Facebook. I use Twitter mostly for news and professional connections, Linkedin for business contacts and Facebook for personal contacts, so pre-sort yourself or be weeded.

For the lawyers, all of my posts are my own opinion and do not reflect the opinions or positions of my employer.


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