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by Shannon Clark

Sunday, January 23, 2005

Flickr: Photos tagged with blogwalkchicago
Flickr: Photos tagged with blogwalkchicago

More on the Blogwalk tomorrow - but first, a link to the photos others (didn't bring my camera alas) took.

Overall I greatly enjoyed the Blogwalk - while blogging is not the focus of my business or consulting, I do think about and care about blogging (and more generally future trends in technology and especially network implications). I hope my contributions were useful over the course of the day, I think we most definitely sparked a lot of questions and our discussions were, I thought, very enjoyable.

Lots of little takeaways but like any, in my mind, great conference or gathering, my best "takeaways" have to do with who I met and the chance to spend time intensely with them for a day (and for some a day and a dinner). Whether or not we spend similar periods of intensive time together in the future, I know that we have a greater level of trust and connectiveness as a result of the conference, and I hope that I'll keep in touch with the other blogwalkers - at a minimum I know I'll be reading many of their blogs in the future (and hopefully a few of them will be reading here).

1/23/2005 12:19:00 AM 1 comments links to this post
Hi Shannon,

Good meeting with you and sorry we did not have time for a more personal 1:1. I really enjoyed your incisive comments and the way you shared your thoughts.
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Shannon John Clark (email me), b. 1974.

Male (to hold off the assumptions), currently in Chicago, IL.
I am active on many other forums and sites around the Internet. If I am online, feel free to Skype me.
You are also welcome to connect with me on Omidyar Networks on LinkedIn or Ryze.com and my blog on Ecademy or see more about me at MeshForum or my corporate site, JigZaw . I also maintain piecing IT together, as my corporate blog for JigZaw Inc.