Hi, hello, wait, don’t go!
I know, I’ve been woefully neglecting this blog. But here are a few places you can find me and my work:
Writing: I’ve written lots of posts on Scatter/Gather, a Razorfish blog about Content Strategy. Here are some of my recent favorites:
Speaking: I gave a bunch of talks, and I’ve updated the My Presentations page with info and links to recordings (when available). Funny, because it looks like I did a lot of talks in 2010, and just one in 2011. I actually did a lot of talks in 2011, but many of these were panels, or were places where I was invited to cover topics that I had previously discussed elsewhere. Since there was no recording of these talks and the material wasn’t THAT different than what I’ve already posted, I didn’t see a reason to list all of them on the Presentations page, but if you’re curious, here’s what they were:
- Make Your Content Nimble (a very brief version of the talk I gave at Confab) – Semantic Tech & Business Conference; London, UK; September 26-27, 2011
- Semantic Web Media Summit Panel – Semantic Web Media Summit; New York, NY; Sept. 14, 2011
- Nimble Content: Publishing in the Digital Age (a variation of the many Nimble talks I gave in 2010) – UX Melbourne; Melbourne, Australia; June 28, 2011
- Empowering Your Audience Ambassadors with Semantic Publishing – Web 3.0 and the Future of Social Media; Sydney, Australia; June 2011 (on slideshare)
- Social Media Content Gone Wild! (an update of a 2009 talk I gave at MIMA) – Social Media Club Sydney; Sydney Australia; June 20, 2011
- The New Content Ecosystem (panel) – Semantic Technology Conference 2011; San Francisco, CA; June 5-9 2011
- Make Your Content Nimble – Confab; Minneapolis, MN; May 9-10, 2011 (on slideshare)
- Makers of Geek Documentaries: A Nerd’s Life (panel) – SXSW Film; Austin, TX; March 2011
- Intelligent Content Conference 2011 – attended as a guest blogger; Palm Springs, CA; Feb 16-18, 2011
- Faceted Search/Semantic Technology (panel) – AAN Web Conference; San Francisco, CA; Jan 28, 2011
Tweeting: Plus, you can always check out my latest thoughts (both profound and mundane) on Twitter – @rlovinger
I’m going to try to make my next visit a little sooner! 17 months is a bit too long.