Platt Perspective on Business and Technology

A blog update in response to 65 comments

Posted in blogs and marketing by Timothy Platt on March 20, 2011

I was not planning on posting an update about this blog itself again, at least until I hit the 800 postings mark. But I decided to post an “about” note earlier, and in response to feedback received.

I have said several times that I will respond to comments received from readers and I have, at least where they discuss specific details and topic areas that I do or would post on. I have in fact run a number and variety of series in response and follow-up to reader comments and feedback. But I also get a fairly significant number of comments simply saying that they find value in my blog or some series or specific posting in it, that their brother or sister or a friend or colleague recommended they read it, or that they find it helpful or interesting. I do appreciate that and I would like to thank all of you for reading my postings. I would also specifically like to thank those of you who help me with vital marketing too in spreading the word about this endeavor. But I admit I feel uncomfortable about simply posting brief comments of support where I do not have a specific content-oriented handle to respond to. I guess I would find that self-aggrandizing. And this morning I checked my blog to add today’s posting into the appropriate directory listing and I found 65 of these comments waiting for me!

Thank you. This means a lot to me to know that you like and even value what I am doing here. I decided to post a general note in response and here it is. I will strive to keep this blog and my postings to it interesting, relevant and useful – and hopefully at least a bit entertaining as well.

Tim

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