This blog is intended to generate discussion about the pros and cons of the Army encouraging Soldiers to blog. The author is an active duty Army Major who is interested in posting his ideas about it and and hearing your ideas and comments.
... but my brain was fried the other evening and I couldn't gin up a decent poll question. But don't fret, ye who long to share your opinion via voting button, a new question will appear in the not too distant future.
This blog started as part of a research project about the role of blogging can play in the Army's communication strategy. It has evolved into a bit more than that. If you're looking for ideas about where I think the Army could/should go from here, you'll find my recommendations at the links below. Let's continue the discussion about blogs and other new media and how these capabilities can help our Army better communicate with the people we serve.
As the purpose of this site mentions, I'm looking for your input, ideas, and opinions. When you comment or e-mail, please do so in a professional manner ... keep it civil, thanks!
Even though the project that inspired the creation of this blog is done, I'll continue to engage with you and your ideas - feel free to leave comments on any post. I'm certainly not under the opinion that I've got this all right so far - throw your opinions at me!
I'm an active duty Army officer. I am not affiliated in any way with the Army's Public Affairs. All comments or blog entries I post are my own opinions and do not reflect the position of the Army or any other DoD organization (sound official enough?)
Unless otherwise noted, the opinions expressed on this blog are those of the author, and do not represent the official position or an endorsement by the United States Department of Defense or any of its subordinate components.