new year. new blogs. new blog template.

new year. new blogs. new blog template.

you have come to the right place. this is still jonathannguyen.net. i thought, new year, new template.

over the coming weeks i will be updating jonathannguyen.net so you’ll notice a few changes afoot.

subsequent to a post a few months back where i unleashed the question upon the blogosphere asking whether i should maintain one blog or multiple i have decided for 2009 i should have multiple. so thank you to Gavin Heaton and Ross Hill.

the new sites are:

the tech: http://tech.jonathannguyen.net

where all things tech will be discussed. there will be web 2.0, enterprise 2.0 and social media tech that gets far too geeky to publish here.

etcetera: http://etc.jonathannguyen.net

where everything else goes. it’s news, current affairs, motorbikes and anything else that can’t be categorised.

i hope you find them interesting and subscribe!

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I'm a strategy guy at Ogilvy & Mather who likes old cameras and typewriters, fast bikes and rusty sunken ships.

9 Comments

  1. windo - 14/12/2008

    Seesmic video reply from Disqus.

  2. jnau - 15/12/2008

    That's great! How funny is that?? I haven't had a video comment before. Gonna setup my webcam. Cheers mate!

  3. windo - 15/12/2008

    i'm liking the opportunity to leave video comments. i believe adding face/voice to the comment helps make the convo more, errrm, conversational? another blog i visit just started enabling video comments. check it out here: http://www.charlesfrith.com/2008/12/think-tank….

    and i can be “hands-free” on those days i'm babysitting.

  4. Ross Hill - 22/12/2008

    That reminds me of Stowe Boyd's strategy, where he has a number of blogs as subdomains – each with separate topics. It seems to work for him!

  5. jnau - 22/12/2008

    It was the only way I could think of without having to think of and register more domains! I really just wanted people to be able to choose the blogs they wanted to subscribe to and still relate it to my domain.

  6. rosshill - 22/12/2008

    That reminds me of Stowe Boyd's strategy, where he has a number of blogs as subdomains – each with separate topics. It seems to work for him!

  7. Jonathan Nguyen - 22/12/2008

    It was the only way I could think of without having to think of and register more domains! I really just wanted people to be able to choose the blogs they wanted to subscribe to and still relate it to my domain.

  8. air jordan 13 - 06/07/2010

    Mark S. is definitely on the right track. If you want to get a professional looking email address, Id recommend buying your name domain name, like or
    air jordan 3.5
    If its common it might be difficult to get, however, be creative and you can usually find something.

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