Happy New Year From E2

Susan Nunziata, Director of Editorial | 1/1/2014 | 20 comments

Susan Nunziata
We believe wholeheartedly that community is about sharing the serious technical stuff, as well as the enjoyable stuff, and all the good things that unite us wherever we may be in the world.

As we begin 2014, I've been giving a lot of thought to what defines a community. One definition I particularly like is from the Oxford Dictionary: "A feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals."

This defines what I see as the essence of EnterpriseEfficiency.com, and we couldn't do it without all of you. In the past year, we've learned from your insights and shared experiences. We've gotten great ideas from your feedback, been encouraged by your warmth and support, and laughed together at your delightful sense of humor. We look forward to further building our relationship with you in 2014.

We're using your feedback from the past year to shape our plans for 2014. Here's a look at some of the things we're looking to bring you in the year ahead.

  • Radio shows: We'll continue to bring you a wide range of radio show topics, from deep technology dives to leadership and career growth. Your response to our 2013 shows on mindfulness, for example, have led us to seek other speakers who can join us on the air and work with us to improve some of the less binary bits of our work lives.

  • Blogs: Our editorial team is committed to bringing you information that is fresh and practical for your work, through our own writing as well as through our work with CIOs, CTOs, and other industry experts. We'll use your comments and feedback to shape the topics we choose with an eye toward giving you information you can put to work right away.

  • Video symposia: Our roster of video symposia devoted to a wide range of tech topics will expose real-world situations and provide you with answers to your technology challenges, as well as career guidance for every rung of the IT ladder.

We'll also keep the fun in what we do with our Monday comic, our Friday Geekend, and our weekly Friday Chat. We enjoy these chances to have a few laughs with you, and we believe wholeheartedly that community is about sharing the serious technical stuff, as well as the enjoyable stuff, and all the good things that unite us wherever we may be in the world.

We're looking forward to another wondeful year with the E2 community. Thank you from all of us at EnterpriseEfficiency.com, and best wishes for a happy, healthy, and prosperous new year.

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Susan Nunziata   Happy New Year From E2   1/28/2014 2:40:10 AM
Re: Haqppy New Year
@tekedge: Thanks! We always appreciate having you, I hope the year is off on a good start for you! 
Susan Nunziata   Happy New Year From E2   1/28/2014 2:38:45 AM
Re: Happy happy new year to you
@kstaron: I'm delighted to hear you say that. I love our community too, and hope that you're enjoying the year so far. 

Great question about resolution. I'd say E2 resolves to be the BEST tech community ever.

Oh, wait, we already are...

:)
Susan Nunziata   Happy New Year From E2   1/28/2014 2:28:21 AM
Re: Happy New Year From E2
@freespiritny25: So glad to hear you say this! Please accept my belated Thank You and best wishes for the year. 

 
Susan Nunziata   Happy New Year From E2   1/28/2014 2:25:16 AM
Re: E2 brings value
@Susan: Please accept my belated Thank You for your kind words! The quality of our community is of course a direct result of the good folks like you who are here with us.

I hope the New Year is getting to a good start for you. 
Susan Nunziata   Happy New Year From E2   1/28/2014 2:09:07 AM
Re: Interactions at the forum
@Shehzadi: I'm so pleased to hear that you find value in our community and in the sharing that we're able to do in this forum.

I hope that the year so far is on to a good start for you. 

 
tekedge   Happy New Year From E2   1/15/2014 7:00:43 PM
Haqppy New Year
Happy New Year. I enjoy the interactions here!
kstaron   Happy New Year From E2   1/14/2014 1:44:22 PM
Happy happy new year to you
And a happy new year to everyone. I really do love this community, and I'm looking forward to moregreat things from E2. Does E2 have any new years' resolutions?
CMTucker   Happy New Year From E2   1/6/2014 4:46:21 PM
Re: E2 brings value
Happy New Year to all as well. I love the interaction here.
soozyg   Happy New Year From E2   1/5/2014 10:57:27 AM
Re: E2 brings value
E2 is a great place to hang out and learn and grow--and read Joe's spontaneous ditties during shows! I'm really enjoying it here. I also wrote a quick-and-dirty blog about the definition of community...if you want to read it, it's at http://soozy.com/soozys-blog/#templedrama

 
Susan Fourtané   Happy New Year From E2   1/2/2014 2:29:18 PM
Re: E2 brings value
Zaius, 

Yes! We are a wonderful audience, indeed! :D 

-Susan
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