Vague blogging

Vague blogging is the blog equivalent to vaguebooking: the practice of posting Facebook statuses which contain so little information as to render the reader confused to the point of annoyance. This is one of those posts, I’m afraid.

Behind the scenes work doesn’t typically make for a good blog post. Most often it is all administrative or strategic work that runs from boring to confidential; neither of which are good blog fodder. And that’s what’s been going on recently: lots of 2013 strategic and logistic planning, along with administrative tasks to get the framework and structure all setup and ready to move forward. The coming year is looking to be a huge one for me (and a few others) if these strategies and plans work out as designed.

Since my brain has been full with either boring things or things I just can’t talk about yet (have I noted I follow the IBM Social Computing Guidelines? I’m sure I have ;) ), I’ll do the next best thing and share an image I’ve been using a lot recently… Hopefully this will be enough to both tantalize and satiate you for the week:

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As always, if you enjoy any of my photography and would like a framed print for your home or office, my portfolio at  http://photo.waywardcelt.com has a large selection of prints in various sizes and framing options, as well as canvas gallery wraps and other specialty products from which to select. And because my fulfillment vendors are seriously amazing, there is still time to order and have the photographs hung for the Christmas holiday or under the tree as gifts.

from The Wayward Celt http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheWaywardCelt/~3/brP_2g0knRE/vague-blogging

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