NOTE [23SEPT2008]: This used to be the featured blog, on top. It has been removed as featured, and replaced with small fact boxes in the sidebars following the redesign that took place in September. This about blog post is kept here for archive purposes.
Hi, Dear Visitor and Reader,
Where do you come from? Why did you end up here?
You could always step forward and add yourself a comment to this Top Post - yes, always on Top, featured - if you find yourself and your stream of life worth traceable for me :).
So, with that said, my Top 5 Quick Guide for "Notes from a Sustainopreneur | About Sustainability Entrepreneurship".
Sustainopreneurship defined: www.sustainopreneurship.info. This blog is all about that. In idea, inspiration, applied interaction and strive for real-world results.
- Entrepreneurship and Innovation for Sustainability, or
- Business with a Cause
Note: Among a million plus hits on "sustainability entrepreneurship" on Google - two generic terms having some 30 million hits each, separately - this blog and its related pages has been constantly featured among top ten for the last years.
I keep the blogs here not-so-often posting. It is more like an article and condensed, distilled wisdom aggregator where we (yeah, we, the people around me virtually everywhere) has added enough insight to post here - where my philosophy is:
"Sharing is Caring"
UPDATE: As by the blog update of July 17, 2008, many of the deeper distillations now will be streamed over at the research-oriented sustainopreneurship activity channeled through iÆREAS ('interim Association for Enactive Research, Education and Application of Sustainopreneurship'), and mainly its blog and publication list, and move this Notes from a Sustainopreneur blog more towards popular more frequent shorter notes - living up to its name!
#3. Social bookmarking
For the constant stream of the many facets of my doings, you can get the Bigger Picture through my social bookmarking in the left sidebar - where I use www.blinklist.com/andersabrahamsson for discoveries and adding personal snapshot comments and tagging to everyone, where the tag 'sustainopreneurship' signifies directly relevant postings to this blog topic. Links in blog posts just for the sake of echoing is not my thing. If I collect stuff that emerges to the digestable, I tag my Social Bookmarking posting "topost" and "toblog".
Just the random whateverness is kept for my Twitter stream found through 'sliceonline' - the 140 characters a post, where the Twitter badge is found in the left sidebar above the "micro-blogging", together with my public calendar.
#5. Other blogs and blogging
I have two other main/professionally related typepad blogs, one on the DJ and music-related stuff ["Joy of Life EDM"] and one other on Tools for creating a sustainable world and for sustainopreneurs (and other -preneurs as well) in action creating leverage for the deeds ["43tools - the Personal Experience"]. In other words - if this blog focuses the 'what' aspect of sustainopreneurship, then 43 Tools focuses the 'how' dimension.
For the deeper aspects of sustainopreneurship in the more academic sense (both why, what and how questions), I blog at the research-oriented iÆREAS blog.
"Me", Anders Abrahamsson:
For the "me"/"about" part, I direct you to my Virtual ID at the top in the right sidebar, typepad about page, Wink ID badge collecting stuff as well, together with the claimID authorization page with the main stuff authorized as coming from me.
Latest, but not least, if you enjoy reading, why not enjoy the music - the blog soundtrack - as well :).
My latest promo is always on-demand podcasted on top at the left-hand sidebar.
OK, thanks for visiting, and hope that you will join the conversation about making the world a better place using creative business organizing as a means!
- Addendum [Apr 1, 2007, Afternoon CET]: Small edits plus Footer
- Addendum [Apr 3, 2007, Midnight CET]: Note on Google Rank
- Addendum [July 21, 2008, Afternoon CEST]: Update on blogging frequency
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