I started this blog in the summer of 2007, when I moved back to Cambridge from San Francisco, and started the "Innovation Economy" column on Sundays in the Globe.
Five hundred posts and two years later, I'm moving it over to Boston.com.
Why? I started the blog on my own because I wanted to get it up-and-running quickly. A really wonderful, smart, and supportive community has developed around it.
I'm moving it to Boston.com first because it makes sense for the blog and my Sunday Boston Globe column
to live in the same place, and second, because I think it'll attract some additional traffic there. I was also part of the founding crew of Boston.com back in 1995, so it feels like a natural place to be.
The RSS feed for the new blog is here.
The URL is pretty easy to remember: http://boston.com/innovation
I won't abandon this blog, though it may get quiet. I'll keep it active because the blogroll is a pretty comprehensive list of who is blogging locally (the Boston.com blog pares that down to just seven "must-reads"), and also, I may need a more independent place to talk about community causes, events, and stuff that may be inappropriate for the Boston.com address.
My Twitter feed
stays the same.
Hope to see you on Boston.com...Your feedback is always welcome here, via e-mail (sk at scottkirsner.com), or in the comments section on the new blog.
Labels: blogs, Boston.com, Innovation Economy