Where are the Posts, John?

So Nortel CTO John Roese has launched a blog, which is great. But he hasn’t written a post since last Friday, which is not great. John, you can’t be afraid of making a commitment when you launch a blog. You’ve got to nurture it, tend to it, give it some love and attention and, most important, write on a fairly regular basis. Otherwise, it loses some of its energy and people will stop visiting. So, let’s get writing. By the way, if you’re looking for some tips, I’m here for you. 🙂

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6 Responses to “Where are the Posts, John?”

  1. rob r Says:

    Nortel is in their quiet time and so is Mr. Roese.

    Watch for him to pump Q4 and future quarters.

    39.02 CAN soon.

  2. The psychiatrist Says:

    I would like to think that he is a little busy right now to be posting on his blog on a daily basis.

    As a CTO I would imagine that it would be difficult to post subject matter on a dialy basis without boring investors with the many intricacies of his daily routine,unlike that of reporting all media and related opinions from other sources relating to Nortel as a company.

    I’m sure he will add something to his blog periodically that would appear significant enough to capture the imagination of his followers when the occasion arises.

  3. B.S. Meter Says:

    Hey Psychiatrist,

    What part of Nortel’s marcom organization do you work for? “As a CTO I would imagine it would be difficult…blah, blah, blah” That is so lame I just lost my lunch. John’s a big boy, let him defend himself!

  4. Leave a Reply Says:

    John is a CTO of a $10billion company. I imagine he probably is a little busy with other things, like doing his job.

  5. Steve Says:

    Looks like John has updated his blog. And compared to most other blogs, the content looks quite reasonable and well thought out.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    Hey Mark,

    not every blogger is free with nothing to do like you.

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