As Posterous is officially closing on April 30th, I’m in the position of moving my blog. Again.
As an old friend observed: with free services, you get what you pay for. But I’m too cost-conscious to pay for hosting, and I also like having the control. So I’m shifting to a self-hosted WordPress install, running at home, but with a CDN for additional robustness of performance.
I’m also using this opportunity to start developing a brand around my thinking: Everyday Lean. This is essentially a maturing of the approach I’ve been developing with a few colleagues in IBM AMS, and was outlined in my Lean Agile Scotland 2012 presentation.
This is a wee bit earlier than I’d planned — I’d wanted to flesh out the model a little first — but it’s a good kick start for me.
So, welcome to the new place. It’ll expand and tidy up over time.
The old site will remain as-is until Posterous turn out the lights, after which I may do something to redirect the URLs, but all blogging will be here from now on.Recommend this post
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