I started this blog in 2005 and I wasn’t sure then if I had enough to say - it turns out I did – and I wasn’t sure what exactly I would be blogging about. Five years later, I can look back at these posts and how my own interests have evolved in that time. And now I realize that much of what I post here doesn’t align with the goals of MSDN or its primary audience (developers).
So starting today I’ve started a new blog: viziblr
RSS: http://viziblr.com/news/rss.xml ATOM: http://viziblr.com/news/atom.xml
vizblr is for people interested in visual technologies and applications. It’s goal is simple: Share what I find interesting and serve as platform for original content I’ll creating.
I will continue to actively contribute to this MSDN blog. It is not going away. I will simply be focusing the posts here on things that are relevant to the MSDN developer audience or Microsoft-specific content.