This is my person blog where I, tom altman, blog about all the things I enjoy.

Most of those include:

In the early days – I blogged for work, only internally – it was on the intranet at my IT job.  It focused on issues and links pertinent to the things going on in an IT department.  Soon I realized I wanted to go “live” – and did that here on tomaltman.com.  I bought the domain in 2004, but it was forwarded to my personal, personal site.  It was November of 2007, and I started to blog more regularly.

For the about a year or two, it was about the “wedia conversation”.  You can find a lot of those articles in the archives, I really liked wedia (the combination of we the people and media) and internet technology – and you will still see the wedia theme creep in once in a while.

6 Comments

  1. jacemk99

    October 23, 2007

    Cool new thing, dude. Way to go. How about a link to this cool wiki I stumbled upon? http://tyronet.wik.is.

  2. blogscapes

    April 7, 2008

    Hi, I’m interested in writing for the web and new media, as well as new media issues. Enjoyed reading your blog and have put it in my blogroll.

    cheers,
    Blogscapes
    http://www.blogscapes.wordpress.com

  3. tomaltman

    April 7, 2008

    @blogscapes – I am also participating in a blog called wediaup @ http://wediaup.wordpress.com where we are really challenging the “norm” – check it out and let me know what you think.

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  5. blogscapes

    April 23, 2008

    Hey, some good stuff in wediaup too – must take you lots of time to update both sites!

  6. tomaltman

    April 23, 2008

    Thanks. This site (http://tomaltman.com) is my personal site and (http://wediaup.wordpress.com) is our colab convo site.

    Please plug into any – often!

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