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May 24, 2007

A Visit to Social Computing Magazine

This morning I received an email on my BlackBerry while I was cooking breakfast and making lunch for my three boys. It was from Jeremy Geelan who is the Founder, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of Social Computing Magazine. He asked if it was ok to include my post titled "Social Computing for Kids Around The World" in the magazine. I emailed back saying "Of course!", while packing up my son's lunch. Next thing I know, I received an email back saying that the post is up.

All of this before 8am in the morning. I can't imagine that the rest of my day will be as exciting.

Update from this post's comment by Jeremy Geelan (or web scoop as it is stated):  Dion Hinchcliffe is the new Editor in Chief of Social Computing (as of today). I checked out his blog and found a very interesting post on how the Web 2.0 software models are evolving.  I will be tuning into Social Computing Magazine and their blogs more often for the great insights.


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hehe, well as a matter of fact Beth, I am no longer the editor-in-chief - as of today in fact! Rather than go on having as many hats as a hatstand in the hallway, I am happy to say that the incoming EinC of Social Computing Magazine, my successor in the hot seat, is a giant: Dion Hinchcliffe.

Anyone who tries to write about social computing or Web 2.0 does so in the long shadow of this fiercely analytical, widely respected and highly energetic man!

Here's his blog: http://web2.socialcomputingmagazine.com/

BTW this is not yet generally known, so Techmamas has something of a Web scoop here. :-)

How awesome...congrats!

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