Wow, it’s been over a week since my last post. Fears wash over me like fleeting nightmares. Have I lost the will to write? Has the blog run its cycle and is now dead? Do I no longer have things to say?
Let’s see: no, I hope not, no. I will admit that this is still a blog in search of a purpose beyond leaving digital breadcrumbs of my life. And I’m still OK with that being the only purpose. But as with all things in my life, I want to press on and see how I can grow it in impact to me, my friends and family, and the world. I don’t want a zillion followers, make money, or get me hired, but I would like its impact to be more than selfish reflection. Time, as always, is the best measurement.
So in this restart, I offer you one of the things that kept me way too busy this last week: TEDx Nashville. My company sponsored it and as part of the package we were able to provide a video that would be shown before the talks started. So I exercised my marketing muscles and put together the Mercury story. Here it is:
I’d love to know what your thoughts are around this. Since many of you don’t know much about Mercury, I value your input. Please leave a comment (or send me an email) about what you think Mercury does, what we do well, and why someone would want us to build their app.