I have been invited to blog by ZDNet on their blogs site and it is a real thrill to be involved with the blogging on such a widely read and heavily trafficked site. The new blog, called Newton's Theory, is a more general and balanced look at the larger information management market, although with an open source bias. Well, open source is the future of software after all. ;-)
My first blog post was on a Theory of Information. It is something that I think about a lot and someday I might write a book about. My latest post, REST battles SOAP, is about how information will be consumed in the not too distant future, which has relevance in a post iECM world.
I am still going to blog on Content Log and post back relevant ZDNet entries to this blog. So I hope you subscribe to both. Also, anything you are interested in me posting, please let me know.
Normal procedure is to be paid for blogging, but I plan to give 100% of any advertising revenue I receive to Nicholas Negroponte's One Laptop Per Child. I saw him present and got to speak to him while I was a Davos and what he said convinced me that this could really change the world.