BPM blogging notoriety

Thursday, March 1, 2007

I totally blew my blogging wad this week: 15,000 words in four days, which is some sort of record for me. With the exception of the previous post here about the Salton Sea that I did right after the flight to San Diego, all of it was for the Gartner Business Process Management (BPM) summit that I was attending, so you’ll find it over on my business blog as well as some guest posts on another BPM blogging site.

It’s very strange, but in the little world of BPM, I’ve become a celebrity with the vendors through blogging. Vendors were clamoring to get meetings with me this week, in hopes that I’d write something about their products or just to get the relationship in place for when they want show me something new that they’re doing in the future. I was recognized at almost every vendor booth that I went to, and many people made a point of telling me that they were reading my live blogging to keep up with the sessions that they couldn’t attend.

With a proposal due today, Pat‘s birthday dinner tonight and a bunch of other work to catch up on, I don’t expect to be blogging much for the next few days.

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