Where To Start

By Ted Dieck | Recruiter’s View - General Stuff | Oct 8, 2009

After nine months of blogging on the other site, the gestation period is complete.  A blog is born.

So what do I do with all the old stuff?  (I’m not carrying that metaphor any further, and you shouldn’t either.)

Nevertheless, we had a terrific groundwork in place.

Insightful.  No.  Prescient.  Brilliant in every way.

How about, we leave it at that.

If you were a raving fan of the first blog, then you probably have the same last name as me.

While that’s a lovely coincidence, it doesn’t make for a large audience.

I’ll inevitably refer back to our original work, saying things like, “See, I toldja so.”

But I can still say that without backing it up with any facts or proof, right?

So, m-a-y-b-e, if it seems overwhelmingly important, I’ll bring the old postings over here.  If I do, we’ll have pages of brilliance followed by a Welcome posting and then more pages of brilliance.  (It Don’t Need To Make Sense.)

I guess, in real life, we just plow forward.

That’s how I’m going to play it.

I’m sure the future will be every bit as compelling as the past.

So… Where to start?