Although this blog has been slightly quiet I’ve been posting content elsewhere lately as well:
- There’s a guest post on the SOMESSO blog about whether or not corporate blogs are still relevant in the world of more dispersed social media.
- I’ve contributed to the revived HomeCamp blog with some links to good sources of information.
- Talking of revivals, eightbar continues to attract some great content from my fellow Hursley folks, with more changes to come soon.
Excuse the poor title.
A few years ago I was invited to contribute to an IBM blog called Game Tomorrow. I posted a couple of entries there but my contributions rapidly dropped off, what with my other commitments.
For one reason or another, the other day I became aware that the blog is gone… no more… it’s virtually impossible to find any reference to it on the interwebs, in fact.
I guess I’m… officially… no longer a contributor over there.
As my online presence thins out, I often wonder how best to tie it all together. Here’s a meta-post showing where my content has been lately.
It has been a while, but I’ve been re-establishing a presence on the eightbar blog lately, talking about haptics, and also about social reality gaming.
The next Home Camp is coming up, planned for April, so the blog is coming back to life after a short hibernation. One of the big news items was yesterday’s unveiling of Google PowerMeter.
I’m not going to list every post and podcast episode over on the Dogear Nation blog, but I’ve noted before that I’m a regular host this year and have been posting entries and videos to the blog too.
I should probably blog more of the video stuff I create, but tend to highlight the more interesting videos from time to time rather than posting everything here on the blog. My YouTube channel may be of interest. Eventually, I’ve got a grander plan for my video content, but that will have to wait.
I just thought of one other thing which I’ve not mentioned around here, but seems to fit into this post. In spite of producing content in a number of places, I’ve also been working on online identity. For a while I’ve been interested in getting the andypiper.com domain but it never seems to be available, and thus I have the .co.uk alternative, which redirects here. I also noted that I picked up pipr.me.uk as a bit of a joke recently, which currently points here as well. I have andypiper.tv too (an independent site currently hosting TwtrCtr). Finally, I have theandypiper.com and theandypiper.co.uk redirecting here too – inspired by the very awesome Geoff Smith, and also by one of the first customer engagements I went on after joining IBM, where I was asked “you’re not THE Andy Piper, are you?”.
So, in the style of Dogear Nation… my final thought for this post is, what is the collective noun for Internet domains? I’m wondering about ‘dominion’, ‘kingdom’ or ‘bailiwick’…