I’ve been back in my hometown for a year now. Health-wise things have calmed down, so I have been to a few more events and even social happenings. And everywhere the same strange thing: Completely centralised networks. Of course the information system of whole town
Another blog post that was first written in German. It’s progress, I guess. I’ve been out networking again, at 12min, the only and biggest regular local event I have found so far with “networking” in its job description. It was less confusing for me than
I just wrote my longest German blog post so far. Here it is again in English. None of this will be news, but I still want to share it. The Spring Conference “Digital Competences” took place last week. With the motivation to find a way
No, I haven’t developed another health problem. Thank god. But I have chosen to move back to my hometown and had so much health stuff to be keeping me busy for the first half year that I didn’t deal with the emotional side of it.
I like blogging. I still don’t know what it is I like about blogging. But I know I miss it when I don’t have it. Things are happening. I’ve had a job interview. Another (or maybe that is the same thing) is that I’m still
Last night was Die Lange Nacht der Museen in Rostock (that needs no translation…) I sat with my spinning wheel in the lovely little Heimatmuseum in Warnemünde, the former fishing village in the North of Rostock. Hey, if you are back in an old hometown
I’ve been in hospital for a few days, for the first big surgery of my life. It’s gone well – I guess me typing a blog post is a sign of recovery. I’m still sitting here with a cold pack under my arm. So while
This post, like many before (which are now private, because TMI), is about transition. I am still in the process of moving to a new country. I don’t see it at all as moving home – after 23 years abroad, and after not living in
Partially inspired by this thread Fine call for us to reclaim the social web we need from @elsua https://t.co/iQMp3P6KIn Any Howtos? — David Wilcox (@davidwilcox) August 17, 2016 Every time I talk about what I do, there is a greater need to specify, define, clarify.
Tl;dr: Social Media. Everyone does it, which is a good thing – but everyone offers to do it for you too. How do you know what a complete online presence should be? Gauge outputs and returns with a fun balloon metaphor. I can see the