Tomorrow we run the first of (hopefully) many entries by our new guest blogger, Dwight Watt.
Dwight's something of a renaissance man, with a wide variety of interests and skills. He's been involved with IT and IT instruction throughout his professional life, but that's only part of the story. Dwight's a runner and cyclist, and is also a published author. He's also a blacksmith, as well as something of a stained glass artist, poet and painter. Dwight's active in his church, and in many other civic organizations.
I've known Dwight for quite sometime, and receive his e-mail musings, "Watt's Thoughts." As you might expect from his background, he writes about technology issues (especially those involving Microsoft), religion, politics, and whatever else strikes his interest -- that last bit lets him fit right in to the meandering nature of "C.E. Conversations."
I don't always agree with Dwight, but I've always found "Watt's Thoughts" to be thought-provoking. I hope you will, too.
Day 178 of the WJMA Web Watch.