Well, this is a blog; it's more of a resting pace for the half-baked than fertile soil for the half grown. You may be relieved to know that there is plenty more to come*.
Let's see, however, what the readership want. I have stuff on
- The joy of reviewing 407 abstracts for EuroSTAR – tools, pathologies, the lessons I took away about how I might write a better abstract.
- How Fear influences Strategy, and other hand-wavy ideas
- Lessons from the Stanford AI course, and what a (moderately) sapient tool based in current technologies might help us to do
- More Black Box machines (these ones record stuff, I hope)
- Something very interactive, very testing, very systems, but nothing like the black box things.
- How to test Spreadsheets (vital, often overlooked, perhaps now getting attention. My potential contribution has been half-baked for years now, so help me push it over the edge)
- What it felt like to read the Weekend Testing sessions on something I wrote.
- Opportunity vs control, secrets vs lies, and the extension of the imagination. Will involve my hands waving fast enough to tingle.
- Peer relationships in peer conferences, and how I feel about LEWT
- The next in the Managing ET series. I'm particularly looking forward to the ones on SBT, the Enquiring Metricator, and Lenfle.
Which of these float your boat?
* but let's hope it's not as poorly-written as the wretched 'off-piste' entry. Or, indeed, the preceding metaphor in the § above. Blogs may be hardly-read, but that's no reason for them to be awful to read.