Inspired by Doug Noon, I’ve created an “About” page for my blog. (This is probably long overdue.) I’ve included links in a couple of places on my blog sidebar previously to information “about me,” but I hadn’t previously tried to summarize in 150 words or less (my own self-imposed word limit) the focus and purpose of this blog space.

What is the word that means the geneology of a thought or inspiration? In the spirit of full attribution, I’ll note that Doug found Stephen Downes’ article “How to be Heard” both helpful and motivating before he created his own “About” page.

Thanks to both Doug and Stephen.

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