Lotus Alive: Lotus Administration for Everyone

Nov 3 2010   1:34PM GMT

My stuff is old stuff

David Vasta David Vasta Profile: David Vasta

So I got to thinking about the blog and I was also thinking about being an Admin too. So what should I blog about? What do the people want to know? What do I need to tell you that you will want to read? These are all things a blogger thinks about and in a time when people get more information from bloggers than they do from the LA Times, you start to realize this blogging thing is big time stuff.

So I was going to write about how not to blog, but figured my body of work on this site should be reason enough to know what not to blog about. Zing!

Then I thought that I should blog about how to do all kinds of neat admin stuff I think is routine, and then it hit me…most of you already know that anyway…or do you?

See this is the problem with blogging. I know stuff about stuff and I want to share it then I start typing and then think, they already know this stuff. Think of some better stuff and that is when I run out of stuff to type.

I would talk about Japan or F1 but as you can see by the title this is about Lotus, and that stuff does not fit in with this stuff unless I try really really hard to make that stuff connect with other stuff and mostly that is a stretch and can take hours to connect, so I just don’t.

Now I am sitting here with a pile of stuff I could blog about but would think it to “average” to pass on to you, but then I read it and think if I want new Admins wants to know this stuff, I should put it on here, and tag it with the right tag so you can find the new stuff for new admins.

So I might start doing that. Putting up stuff I think  you should know and calling it #NEWSTUFF for all the new admins out there who need to know stuff about Lotus.

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