Hi there, In recent weeks I have come across several blogs with professional aims. Now I’m trying my hand at blogging myself. This even though I don’t really know if this is added value for me or not. During the last couple of days I discussed blogs with David Gurteen, Lilia Efimova and Sebastien Paquet, who all have their own blogs.

I asked them why they blog, and what it brings them. It turns out I have been blogging for years myself. Just not on the web! In a post to knowledgeboard.com I describe how I’ve kept a diary for most of my life, have been taking notes during conversations and meetings for 14 years, and have been jotting down notes, phrases and singular thoughts. Now I will try and do the same on-line. My blog will focus mainly on Knowledge Management (KM), but don’t feel surprised if other stuff comes up as well.

I have named my blog inTERdependent thoughts. Until now my note taking was purely a personal endeavour, to which others were not privy. These were independent thoughts. By publishing them here I entwine them with thoughts of others, and they thus become interdependent. The “ter” in italic marks the transition. The first interdependent thought in action is this blog. Thanks to the exchange with David and Lilia it has come into existence.

Who am I? Well, for starters have a look
at my profile over on KnowledgeBoard.com. Or simply take a look a the picture below, and wait for whatever will be published here in the future to form your own opinion.