The new title of this blog - the real title, the title I had in my mind from the start, is Expertise Not Evangelism.
Expertise is good; skills and knowledge founded on enthusiasm and experience, and balanced with some pragmatism. I don't like the kind of shining-eyed evangelism that ignores other people's personal circumstances and attempts to force beliefs on them regardless of how inappropriate those beliefs might be. Evangelism too often disregards those people that don't subscribe to the whole package. No thank you. There will be no preaching here.
I'm not trying to be worthy either; I'm not campaigning or crusading for my cause. I'm not militant about it, I'm simply sharing my passions. Of course, I do hope that you might catch some of my enthusiasm and maybe share some of my joys, perhaps even do something similar that works for you. But that's down to you.
Expertise not evangelism. Passion without preaching. Oh, I've got alliteration.
Expertise not EvangelismThis blog is a reflection of my philosophy. I'm writing about subjects I'm passionate about, that I have experience and - yes! - expertise in. These articles - this blog - is an expression of that passion, a sharing of that knowledge.
But that's as far as it goes. I'm not going to spend any time plaguing you to cycle and be environmental and consider the user experiences of your work (although, you know, you really could). Ultimately, and always, those choices are down to you. I've made my decisions, and this blog is the product of them. If you get something out of it, then you might consider what you find here free advice.
The best thing about advice, of course, is that you don't have to take it. You can adapt it to your personal circumstance, take the bits that work for you, ignore it wholesale.
I really hope you'll find something of value here.