I toil away in what is at times a lonely wonkosphere. At the end of my first year as a blogger (ok, 10 months, with an extended absence in July and August), I reflect on what I wrote.
Was I full of crap or did I come up with one or two remarkable ideas, something worthy of notice?
What follows is a list of what I feel are my most significant posts, either for content, style or the quality of the conversations they triggered.
- I doubt I’m going to be nominated for a blog award anytime soon
- I like to pose a lot of questions and clearly don’t have all the answers
- Finding one’s voice as a writer and as a blog persona takes time
- I feel like I’m on a roll, but just getting warmed up
Upon reflection, these posts still resonate for me, in chronological order:
- [mesh]: The Economics of Ideas
- VC 2.0 & Social Microfinance
- Ontario Budget: Cities, Creativity & Innovation
- A Creative Renaissance?
- ICT Toronto: Getting It Yet?
- Future-Proofing Our Communities
- Gender Bias in Nerdville…er…DemoCamp?
- Open Source Innovation Models
- A Social Mission for a Blogging Consultant?
- Richard Florida on Public Intellectuals