If you would like to write a comment or ask a question you can do so. I really appreciate comments and feedback — it’s the lifeblood of any author (money is a close second). And there were some really good comments below the postings so far. I also like questions related to organizing creativity. You have tried something out and it did not work, or have a problem that costs you time and energy — ask. I like to look at these problems, because — for me as someone not emotionally involved — they are fun to solve and give me ideas for future postings. I love thinking about them (even if at times, I do not have a solution ;-)).
Ways to leave a comment or ask a question
There are a couple of ways to leave a comment or ask a question:
- if available, via the comment boxes below the postings: I had them disabled for a while and still trying to find out whether the new solution avoids spam. I hope so. Simply fill in the fields.
- via eMail: Send an eMail to: organizingcreativity at me dot com Simply replace the at and dot with the things you usually see in an eMail address (it’s a hurdle, I know, but a manageable one). This will probably also attract spam, but I trust my eMail spam filter. It will also solve a problem that occurred a couple of times when someone asked a (good) question but did not leave a reply address in the comment box. As usual, I will not misuse your eMail address. A good question or comment might end up in a posting but the most I will mention is your first name (unless you want that I mention more).
- via Twitter: Short feedback is also welcomed via Twitter, also it’s pretty limited for longer questions. My Twitter handle is: Daniel_Wessel
Note that I do not have a facebook account (I hope, not sure whether facebook actually deleted the profile I once had), mostly due to privacy concerns. I haven’t yet found a social network I like (Google+ is no alternative in privacy, and Diaspora and Friendica lack scope).
So, comment and ask 🙂
I’m looking forward to comments and questions. 🙂