Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Welcome to the Bridge

I decided that since I have been frequently voicing my opinions at conferences, on-line forums and on other people's web sites, blogs and Twitter accounts, perhaps it was time for me to have a place where I can publish original thoughts as they occur to me.

Partly this was serendipity as I recently posted a comment and the software automatically identified me as the owner of an account on this site. Since the tool is here, the account is set up, and I do occasionally have an original thought, I figured what the heck. Maybe this will even stimulate some discussion or increase the number of followers of my own Twitter account @JPuglisiLLC.

Don't expect to see much here, at least not for a while. This is post number one so if you are reading this today (July 12) I have some news - you are up to date!!

Editor's note: There are now about 168 entries with a new one added every week day. So if you are just reading this for the first time you have a significant amount of catching up to do !!

In the coming days and weeks I expect topics will include the cloud (of course), mobile computing, social networks, big data and other new technologies of interest. I love to play with new devices and software, and never recommend anything I haven't used myself. Let me know if there is anything in particular that might interest you.

Well, let's get this party started. Engine room, full steam ahead. See you on the poop deck.

Captain Joe

Follow me on Twitter @JPuglisiLLC


  1. Am mopping the deck and will follow you closely Sir.

  2. I'm aboard!

    (wait, where we going? Ah, oh well. I'm sure it will good!)

  3. You guys are funny. Does the new masthead make this more attractive or does it matter?

  4. Any trip with Joe as captain is guaranteed to be both wonderful and weird, count me in.

  5. hmm, I guess now we will be able to find every Dunkin Donuts shop along the waterways of the world! Good to see you today, Captain.

  6. I've been so busy the last few months that I haven't really had the time or opportunity to read into any posts, but I just did as I decided to take an office day today. I have to say, it may be time to trade in the whiz and hums of tech land and instead use a pen as your sword because you really have a gift. Your style and content are excellent, not that it surprises me. Maybe you can convince the execs at Dunkin to start a monthly newsletter?