Gone Fishin’ – Guest Posts June 14 to 29


Dear Blog Readers:

I've occasionally taken a “blog holiday” for a week or so, but this year, my wife and I are taking a two-week vacation. I'm going to do my best to stay away from email, blogging, tweeting, etc. Many of my friends and co-workers are skeptical I can do this, to say the least.

Instead of letting these pages stay stagnant, I've asked some bloggers to write guest posts — some of them you know, some of them might be new to you. Many of them are relatively new voices in the blog world and I'm happy to give them some exposure here. There will be a guest post from one of these diverse and unique voices each day from June 14 to 29 and then I'll be back.

The guest bloggers will be:

Date Post Author
14-Jun Tracey Richardson
15-Jun Mark Jackson
16-Jun Alicia Simmer
17-Jun Jim Huntzinger
18-Jun Mark Hamel
19-Jun Brian Buck
20-Jun Jon Wetzel
21-Jun Matt Wrye
22-Jun Andy Wagner
23-Jun Patrick Anderson
24-Jun Liz Guthridge
25-Jun Jeff Hajek
26-Jun Joe Dager
27-Jun Ankit Patel
28-Jun Tim McMahon
29-Jun Dan Markovitz

I hope you enjoy their posts. Comments will be turned on, being moderated by my friend and fellow Texan lean thinker, Mike Lombard. Thanks to Mike and thanks, in advance, to my guest bloggers! See you all about July 1. I'll be back, well-rested and ready to blog!

Thanks for reading!


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  1. Ron Pereira says

    Enjoy your time off, Mark! But, yeah, I’m with your other friends… you not checking your email (including iPhone) for 2 weeks… hmmm??? ;-)

  2. Dean Bliss says

    Good point, Ron. What’s the over/under on number of days (hours?) Mark can make it without checkng something electronic???

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