To anyone out there who measures a man's worth by the volume of his blog output I probably look a little lacking at the moment, having not posted anything for about a month.
I have been writing stuff, just not here.
The truth is that when push comes to shove and you have limited time, secondary output channels such as social media have to take back seat to the primary channels we use for communicating with the broader audience we serve. Rightly or wrongly, mainstream IT and business communities are still better reached through more traditional media and publication mechanisms.
If you want to see what I have been up to over the past month or so, which includes a couple of reports on desktop and server modernisation, plus a lot of discussion stuff around the evolution of ERP and CRM, check out my page on the Freeform Dynamics site. This provides links to my recent output and, for future reference, it's kept pretty well up to date. All Freeformers have one of these pages, by the way, and they can all be accessed from our home page at http://www.freeformdynamics.com/.
Anyway, no more exuses. The blog is an important channel for some of the people I interact with, so I'll try to post a bit more to it from this point onwards. I'll include some spin-off discussion from our more formal analysis, and perhaps some of my more opinionated stuff on what's going on in the industry.
Watch this space.