Coming out of my (blogging) shell
September 8, 2013 § Leave a Comment
I noticed with a titch of horror last week that my last post on this blog was in May. Well, maybe horror is wrong. Embarrassment.
Why embarrassed? Blogging is one of the things I do to work and live out in the open. It’s essential as a way to explain the things I’m working on at Mozilla so others can understand and contribute. Also, if you like collaborating with people, it’s just good form to be transparent and show what you are thinking as you move through life trying to get things done.
Mitigating the embarrassment factor: there was a method to my silent summer madness. I’ve been spending the last few months focused on supporting others on my leadership team and on framework ideas to help us all as we go to the Mozilla Summit. Still, I didn’t expect to go dark for so long.
As of today, I’m back at blogging. My first priority is to look back at the Mozilla Maker Party campaign that the Webmaker team has been running all summer. Will put up a first post on that tomorrow. I also want to start writing about the Summit and some thoughts on where Mozilla might head in the future. Lots of thinking and typing ahead.