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.