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Jun 05, 2006: Three months back/ahead

Hi all, apologies for the recent paucity of Bloug postings. I'm finally done with my spring travels which started in Sydney back in February, and ended in Philadelphia on Friday. I hate being away from MJ and Iris, but I had the opportunity to meet many of you and enjoy your hospitality. That made the road trip far more enjoyable; thanks so much.

Regarding my Enterprise Information Architecture seminar, I've posted the PowerPoint deck for your perusal; over 260 slides of jam-packed IA action that weigh in at about 9Mb. Download away. Steve Krug and I will likely be visiting Seattle, Chicago, and Washington DC this fall; we should have our schedule set later this month.

I'll be home in Ann Arbor the next three months, working on books: the search analytics book, with Rich Wiggins, which is about halfway done, and the third edition of the polar bear book, with Peter Morville, which is officially underway. I'll also be working with Rosenfeld Media's other authors (yes, we've signed another, to be formally announced soon) and building the company in other ways. I'm absolutely loving being a publisher.

Somewhere amidst all that book writing, I'm hoping to post some original content here on Bloug (yes, I know, it's been a while). I'm convinced that writing for a blog shouldn't get in the way of other types of writing; in fact, they really should be complementary.

We'll see.

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Comment: Shiv Singh (Jun 6, 2006)


Thanks for sharing the PowerPoint deck. With your generosity, you lead by example!


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