A looooooong time ago, Leeann asked me to write a post about blogging about internal audit, so here goes. Most of this post applies to blogging on any subject, too.
First of all, there is a dearth of good internal audit blogs, and even less good IT audit blogs. So if you’re thinking about, we sure could use you in the blogsphere!
Writing a blog is hard work, and you often get tired of it. Life finds a way to get in the way. This is my 11th year of the blog (see the first post here), which, ironically, was written by skyyler. Fortunately, we’ve gotten better since that first year.
Blogging about internal audit is like a moon shining in a dark place… here’s my 10 tips…
Filed under Audit, Blogging
Have you ever wondered why I selected the picture above to represent my blog?
This picture illustrates so many aspects and nuances of this blog’s theme.
Here’s your chance to put on your thinking cap, and based on what skyyler and I have written about over the years, tell me what YOU think it represents.
As the comments roll in, we’ll comment on them.
Then, after a few weeks, I’ll peel back my brain and give you a peek inside as to what my reasons were.
Not sure how many of you will take me up on the challenge, but here goes…
Here’s the blog posts that all of you
liked best in 2014, based on hit count.
I’ve also included the most popular
posts from earlier years.
See if you missed any.
Filed under Blogging, Top 10
I occasionally blog about blogging, so to make these posts easier to find (and link to), here’s a list (index) of all the blogging posts on this blog, in alphabetical order, and by most popular.
I’ll add other posts as they are written.
I checked my personal email account and found I had 3 out-of-office replies from people who obviously belonged to the same organization. However, I had never emailed any of them.
At first I thought they were some kind of a malware emails, but they were text only and contained no links. So I just left them in my email box and wondered about them every time I saw them. Then I figured it out.
If you have a comment or criticism, sock it to me. I can take it. I want it.
Some of you have been great commentors and I appreciate it. For those of you who haven’t commented or have held back a bit, check out my reply to one of my critics (the Cow):