Monday, August 13, 2007

Guest blogger: Ed Sullivan

Yes, that's right Ed Sullivan will now be blogging here. That means a few things:

1) If you already know which Ed Sullivan I'm talking about, you are probably saying to yourself "well its about time."
2) If you don't know which Ed Sullivan I'm talking about, you may be thinking about this one. Please read on to get introduced to the Ed Sullivan that I'm talking about. The bonus with this Ed Sullivan is that he's alive, so he should be able to blog periodically.
3) I haven't blogged in over a month, so by adding Ed here, I think we'll have a lot more frequency to the posts. Plus we'll probably pick up a few hits for TV nostalgia buffs.

If you don't know Ed already, he runs the Adobe program that supports about 98% of our user groups. He has a wealth of knowledge, and much of it gets disseminated via Adobe User Groups. But I'm sure he'll have some new interesting posts here as well. He always knows about the latest goings on for both designers and developers and I'd expect will be providing valuable information about things like MAX, new technical content, and much more, as well as of course, goings on in our avid user community.

So please welcome Ed by commenting away and look for a first post from him very soon. And for those of you attending the On Air bus tour next week, look for Ed. He'll be going to DC, Baltimore and Philadelphia. Or if you live elsewhere, see if you can find him on the bus video feed.

PS: You are probably wondering why we didn't change the name of this blog, so it no longer bears my name in the URL. We may do that, but it seemed like something that might take a bit of work, to ensure that the feeds and analytics were working properly. Most importantly I didn't want to cause any aggrvation for all of my 3 loyal subscribers (ok, thanks to Google Analytics and Feedburner, I know I have more than 3 loyal subscribers.) And with Ed on board I'm hoping/expecting that number will rise.

PPS: So yes, we may change the name of the blog at some point. But I don't think that will affect the feed. We'll let you know if it does. Or its possible that Ed might get his own blog. Who knows?

11 comments:

Jamie said...

Ed! "About time" about sums it up!

Cory Hanson said...

Woo Hoo! Welcome Ed!

Seb said...

good luck ed! I'll be subscribing :-)

Fabricio Manzi said...

Great!!! good luck Ed!!!

remotesynth said...

You mean the same Ed Sullivan I met in Minneapolis and D.C.? Ed, you think maybe one day you will make it to Boston? I'll buy ya a Guinness!

Kai said...

Ed, now you just need to get on Twitter! :)

Anonymous said...

Ed, I can see this being a real balancing act (and due diligence) between user group managers and yourself when it comes to accidentally talking about NDA stuff on your blog.

I *theory* this shouldn't be a problem...

Andy Allan said...

It'll be good to have Ed in the blogging world - gives us all another channel to annoy him ;)

Seriously though, this is very good news.

Anonymous said...

Welcome to the outside world :-)

Metah said...

A lot of hits are coming to this blog :)

Joe said...

Welcome Ed! I look forward to your posts and will be subscribing.