It’s occurred to me before that that is exactly what blogging is to a large extent. We all rely on the interaction and feedback to add (mutual) value, but first and foremost a blog post is “don’t lose that thought” a journal of thoughts that seemed important at that point, to be able to come back and consider later.
The technology may have changed since Steeley Dan gave that advice in Rikki Don’t Lose That Number back in the 70’s, but the message is the same.[via Steve Yastrow on Tom Peters’ Blog]
Talking of Tom Peters, how the hyped-up in-your-face guru has mellowed. Always did like Tom despite the hype (born of passion), but he’s gone all – well – Zen, at 61. I think that says something.