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Drafts. I have a lot to not say.

I went looking for a post I knew I had started jotting down but hadn’t finished only to find a LOT of drafts from the past year and more. A bunch of half-finished thoughts, captured ideas, or the beginnings of things I wanted to get out there. Uff-da. So many thoughts and threads to pull on. But there’s a lot going on and changing. The world of technology, people, and the connection between the two has no shortage of issues to address. We’ll continue to have a lot of work to do to improve across the board.

A lot of the concepts I started writing are still valid and hopefully useful to someone. Many are early exercises for me to organize thoughts and pull together enough information to craft a complete story for eventual posting or a conference session. There’s going to be more about AI – it’s touching pretty much everything in the tech space. We’re still going to be talking about building and maintaining communities. There’s plenty to talk about with specific tech (Microsoft, Lists, Power Platform, and more…). And I’m still digging into concepts around learning, skilling-up, sharing solutions and business value, and more.

There’s so much content out there now. It’s noisy. EVERYONE has something to say. It’s harder to find the content that you need, when you need it, from the people you need to hear it from.

I need to do better at following through, completing thoughts, or… something. Every post doesn’t need to be a full accounting. I tend to want to cover as many of the what-ifs as I can which makes posts loooonger than they need to be. I’ll try to do better.

Friday thoughts over coffee and a blog site.
Happy New Year!


  1. Get out of my blog drafts!!!

    I definitely understand where you are coming from. On my list of things to improve this year is more blogs, which should be easy if I just finish the ones I have started.

    Cheers and see you soon,

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