Anyone who blogs or thinks about blogging should read Technical Blogging: Turn Your Expertise into a Remarkable Online Presence (by Antonio Cangiano). It has lots of good advice about how to blog.
Because I have read that book, I am writing this post. I started also to think and plan what I want to say in my blog. That is work in progress and because time is limited resource, it may take some time before I have crystal clear vision about my blog.
I’m thinking of having several categories and bringing my Strangers Universe blog to here. For content, I’m thinking about blogging about professional matters in addition my scifi writing.
I have a Strangers’ Universe blog here but from now on, I blog mainly here in my own site.
I am in various places around the Internet. Most of them are listed below.
- Twitter, updates from the Strangers’ Universe and work-related activities.
- The Strangers’ Universe Blog, about writing and related stuff, posts before 29.11.2011. Newer posts here.
- Smashwords, my profile at Smashwords. Includes published stories in all major ebook formats.
- 24symbols.com, ebooks from the cloud. Including Stories from the Strangers’ Universe.
- IBM developerWorks
- Command Line Email Client for Lotus Notes, my open source project at OpenNTF.org.
- Slideshare.net, doc-template for Smashword authors.
- Linkedin profile
- Amazon Author Central
- Authors Den
- Lulu, get printed book(s).
- elite-for-emacs.org, EMACS port of classic game Elite.
- DWR Java AJAX Applications, my book at Packtpub.
- Portalizing Domino Applications, IBM Redbook.
- Youtube, some videos I have uploaded.
In this page, at some point in the future, there will be a list of all my websites like Smashwords, Blog, etc.