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The Daily News FAQ from Community Server
 
The world of Telligent and Community Server is ever-changing.  Recently, Dave Burke has been working on a CS Daily News FAQ which would cull items from the Community Server Daily News blog and itemize them for easy reference.  The Daily News FAQ currently has a temporary home with the Community Server MVPs, so don't get too exciting by linking directly to it right now, but it gives you a good view into the type of energy this community has and the projects that they put their efforts into.
 
 
Just a quick note on BlogMailr...

Yes, this was posted via BlogMailr, which I really, really hope will soon support posting via BCC, so that I won't have to send messages out more than once.  (Not every message, mind you, but there are some messages that are worthy of both posting and general email distribution.  Hate to do them twice).   Another feature that I'd like to see is a [POST END] tag (or something), that would ignore any portion of the email message after than point.
 
 
For all those in the US of A, have a very Happy Thanksgiving Day...
 

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Posted: Thursday, November 23, 2006 8:19 AM by Logik!

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Dave Burke said:

Hey, Logik!  Thanks for blogging about the CS Daily News List Blog.  (I changed the name.  Sorry.  "Faq" didn't seem to be very helpful.)

Holiday weeks are weird, so hopefully next week we'll get the word on whether the CS Daily News blog stays at csnews.csmvps.com.  Any ideas you might have are certainly welcome!

Happy holidays to you, too!

Dave

# November 25, 2006 12:28 PM

Community Server Daily News said:

news of the day a grab bag for what's happening in Community Server Tim Laughlin will be migrating an

# November 27, 2006 1:57 PM

Chris Lotter said:

Hi,

I posted some stuff about BlogMailr improvments here:  

http://chrislotter.com/blog/archive/2006/11/14/three-potential-blogmailr-impovements.aspx

Hopefully some of it will make it into a version soon...

Cheers!

# November 27, 2006 2:08 PM

Daily News List Blog said:

The Daily News List Blog is still feeling it's oats at http://csnews.csmvps.com and the List Blog Builder

# November 27, 2006 2:12 PM

Prog said:

news of the day a grab bag for what's happening in Community Server Tim Laughlin will be migrating an

# November 27, 2006 2:26 PM

Community Server Bits said:

The Daily News List Blog is still feeling it's oats at http://csnews.csmvps.com and the List Blog Builder

# March 12, 2007 6:06 AM
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About Logik!

Andrew S. Baker aka ASB aka Logik!

Andrew S. Baker is a business-savvy, hands-on IT leader with expertise in mentoring people, mitigating risk, and integrating technology to drive innovation and maximize business results. He creates competitive advantage for organizations through effective IT leadership: implementation of processes and controls, and architecture of robust business solutions.

Mr. Baker has successfully led a number of high-performance technology teams in designing, deploying and maintaining secure, cost-effective computing environments for well-known companies, including Warner Music Group, The Princeton Review, Bear Stearns, About.com, and Lewco Securities.

For over a decade, Andrew has exhibited thought leadership on technology and business topics via mailing lists, technical forums, blogs, and professional networking groups, along with contributions to podcasts, webinars, and over 20 technical/business magazine articles. He also serves on several boards and committees for non-profit organizations, and within the Seventh-day Adventist church.

His personal interests include Astronomy, Basketball, Bible Study, Chess, Comics, Computers, Family Life Ministries, Reading, Strategy/Role Playing games, and Professional Networking...

A summary of Andrew's current résumé is available here, and he can be reached on a variety of social and professional networks, including LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.