Who’s reading my blog?


September 10th, 2008

Sure, I can look at the statistics (don’t know what most of them mean though) and I can see over there on the left who’s visiting. Amazing some of the people who land on my site – accidently I suspect. Surfers looking for something about Winkipop maybe; lots of improvisers end up here too – I wonder what they think? Some people I recognise, many I don’t. Some leave comments (thanks!), and some of us link to each other. Who else is out there? I’ve been blogging for 15 months now – not long really. I’d love to hear from you. Who are you? Why do you come here? What do you like? And not like? What do you want more of? Just asking.

PS: What I really wanted to say is, “IS THERE ANYONE OUT THERE?” and “WHO ARE YOU?”

4 Comments so far

  1. Stuart Reid on September 11, 2008 8:41 pm

    Hi Viv – I subscribed to your blog after seeing a couple of links on Johnnie Moore’s site. I do a lot of facilitation work with small teams and large groups, and I like the way you think and write about facilitation. I would particularly like specific examples of approaches or techniques you’ve used, and your reflections about how they went after using them.

    Keep up the blog!

    Cheers,
    Stuart Reid
    London, England

  2. Viv McWaters on September 11, 2008 9:34 pm

    Hi there Stuart – thanks for the feedback. I’m toying with an idea to do some paperworks videos (a la Commoncraft) around specific approaches, and if that’s too ambitious, maybe some slideshare presentations. Hope you keep stopping by.
    Cheers
    Viv

  3. Stuart Reid on September 12, 2008 8:07 pm

    That would be great Viv. As well as doing facilitation work, I run a video production company. I’m particularly interested in how video can help with knowledge management/practice sharing, and really love the work that the CommonCraft do. Maybe there’s an opportunity for a global collaboration here (even if it’s just exploring some ideas)? If there’s anything I might help with, do drop me a line.

    I also like this kind of approach, in case you haven’t seen it:

    http://www.saea.uottawa.ca/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=682&Itemid=649

    Best wishes,
    Stuart

  4. Viv McWaters on September 13, 2008 10:05 am

    Excellent! I’m all for global collaborations. Let me know how to contact you and we’ll talk.
    Cheers
    Viv

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