About This Blog

I decided to develop this blog to share my thoughts on anything student affairs related including technologies, leadership and management.  I will also be sharing my thoughts on  other areas of interests. It is my intention that through my blogs, I am able to exchange ideas and make connections with others who share my same interests. I am always willing to learn and willing to share what knowledge I have. I would love to read your comments/feedback!

The personal views, contents, and opinions expressed in my blog are my own and do not necessarily represent those of my employer.

2 thoughts on “About This Blog

  1. Info


    I’m not sure if you received my last mail, but as I saw, you have linked to our website (http://www.howtostartablog.org) from http://joesabado.com/2011/07/blogging-resources/ which is great. However, I’m the owner of the howtostartablog.org website and I just wanted to say that we are closing doors and moving the site. Therefore, It would be much appreciated if you change the URL from http://www.howtostartablog.org to http://howtostartablog101.org since this will be our new(up-to-date) and modified site.

    Best regards,
    B.J (owner of http://www.howtostartablog.org and http://howtostartablog101.org)

  2. Erin Vondrak

    Hi Joe,

    First and foremost, nice
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