I have started a new blog that you might want to visit. It is more personal than this one, and somewhat less cerebral. You can find it here. It has lots of big pictures with brief, thoughtful captions. The images are interspersed with pithy quotes. Most of the quotes are things I’ve said on Twitter, but a few come from other people and other places. Many of the pictures are taken on my new farm in Petaluma, California.
Lately I’ve been putting my software and business related posts up on the Cooper blog, called the Cooper Journal. Over the last few months I’ve posted quite a few essays and a few of them have attracted considerable attention. My esteemed colleagues at Cooper also post lots of brilliant stuff on the Journal that you will likely find interesting.
I’m not sure what will go on this blog, except that I’ve been working on my bibliography for 2011 which I will post very early in the new year. Creating this blog is what spurred me to begin making a summary of the books I’ve read during the year. I’ve come to really enjoy this annual recap. All of my life I’ve been a voracious reader but I’ve never kept records. This exercise has forced me to do a little detective work at the end of the year to remember all of the titles. A few of them surprise me: “Did I really read that one?”, while a few of them are unforgettable. I also find myself wanting to write more and longer reviews, so I need to edit more aggressively to keep them brief and pithy. Even so, I just checked, the current list is 15 pages long. Stay tuned.