Thank you

Today, I spoke at a cross-departmental audience at Sun Microsystems (I only reveal where I’m speaking if they do it first) in Silicon Valley, I was introduced, and the hostess commented about you. Yes you! She said I had a very educated audience. I’d go on to say more (but don’t get a big head) that I learn every single day from the comments. They are thoughtful, passionate, savvy, and bring interesting perspectives (even when you don’t agree).

If you want to learn about who reads this blog, I did a survey, all the results are public with additional analysis.

I learn every day from the dialog we have (that’s right you don’t have to pay to talk to this analyst, we do it everyday) and it keeps on expanding all of our horizons. So if you’re not reading the comments, you’re really missing out, as we often build on top of my posts, or I’m corrected, and occasionally slapped.

Thanks again for reading and leaving very thoughtful comments, let’s keep on growing.

  • No, thank you. I’ve been reading you for almost a year and I’m simply amazed at your output on all accounts – depth, frequency and quality.

  • Jeremiah, you have been doing a wonderful job since start. We are following you because of your pure talent. Thank you for your contribution and I’m eagerly waiting to see more.

  • Jeremiah – You’re a profound actuator and prolific aggregator of social networking sentiment. I love your blog and if anything I may post as feedback is considered valuable, then that’s great. Thank you for the effort.

  • Major ditto and props to practically everything I’ve just read in comments, and the thing which I can’t thank Jeremiah enough for is his positively prolific output! How he compresses it down into concise bites for all of us to learn from is absolutely remarkable. Even if I post-lurk on a given day and don’t have anything necessarily constructive to add to the dialogue, I will gain a nugget or two which is just priceless.

  • Well Jeremiah, I hope we can continue to live up to those expectations.

  • Hi Jeremiah. We met at Office 2.0 last September in SF. I wish I could’ve made it to your talk in Menlo Park, but I was out of town. Next time..

  • Karie the hostess

    Hey Jeremiah — nice touch! There’s only one other blog where I read all the commenters, and that’s Jonathan Schwartz. Great content and I can’t believe your personal energy level and ability to stay on top of blogging 3X per day. As the Aussies say, good on ya …

  • Jeremiah – You're a profound actuator and prolific aggregator of social networking sentiment. I love your blog and if anything I may post as feedback is considered valuable, then that's great. Thank you for the effort.

  • No mate thank you