I have not written in this Blog for a while, but am returning now to Blogging (I have been quite active in micro-blogging on Facebook and Twitter, though)..
Actually I am now into three types of Blogging.
The first one is this Blog: it will always be my “home” personal Blog, and in which I’ll continue to write personal posts, and provide links to the other blog that I am writing about now the “real-timer”.
A couple of years ago we started an Internet magazine called “RTInsights” and published a couple of issues on pilot basis. Now we are back at RTInsights, in a new form as a website described as follows:
“RTInsights is an independent expert-driven web resource singularly focused on helping senior business and IT professionals accelerate their business with real-time insights.
RTInsights provides a forum for business, IT and research professionals to learn from other people’s experiences, glean insights from independent expert opinions, discover new developments, and follow relevant industry and vendor news. We are dedicated to helping you understand what it takes to accelerate your business by transforming your culture, processes and systems to real-time, thereby driving significant business value in your organization.
Our technology coverage includes the application of business analytics, big data, Internet of Things, cloud infrastructure, Event processing, intelligent BPM and decision management, and any other critical technologies for operating your business in real-time. Our in-depth specialized content is provided by expert analysts, consultants and enterprise practitioners focused on the real-time enterprise.”
My role in RTInsights is twofold: I am writing a weekly post under the “Real-timer”, which will provide professional opinions on the area of RTInsights. There are couple of posts there, one old and one new. The old one is entitled: “Flying Forward, Looking Backward: Statistical analysis of the past is not enough to navigate the future”. The new one is entitled: “Reversing the Roles”.
The other role is “International Technical Editor” in which I’ll cover applications, activities, and companies in this area outside the USA, with an emphasis on developing countries.
If you wonder where is the third activity of Blogging. It is quite different one, a relatively new Blog in which I post my own attempts at poetry in Hebrew, though the Blog has a Latin name.
More – later.
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