Starting Monday, August 3rd you can look forward to seven days of guest author posts here at Adaptistration. Typically, I put together several posts in advance of heading off on vacation but it seems like high time to open up the forum to a series of guest authors and let them blog about whatever they want. I’m not going to ruin the surprise by revealing their identities or topics in advance but I will offer the following clues…
- None of them are regular bloggers.
- All of them work in the orchestra business in some fashion.
- One is an orchestra CEO.
- Some of them travel around the globe for their work but they aren’t full time conductors or soloists.
I can promise you’ll be processing material that hasn’t been examined at Adaptistration previously and I think most folks will be moved to submit a comment with observations and/or questions. any guesses on what you can expect?
In the meantime, check out the latest round of articles in Molly Sheridan’s Blogger’s Bok Club series. It’s a fascinating review of The Whuffie Factor: Using the Power of Social Networks to Build Your Business by Tara Hunt and each article considers the self-described premise of how the performing arts are embracing technology and social networking for better and worse. Regular Adaptistration readers already know how much of a dog-with-a-bone issue this is and the ensuing discussion over at Casa de Sheridan has me thinking (and writing).