My friend and coworker Michael Mealling has been telling me for a while about this blogger widget that he and some friends from Georgia were developing on-the-side. The widget, called “Skribit” allows blog readers to suggest and vote on topics that they would like to see the blogger (in this case me) write more about.

Anyhow, they recently got it into testing, and I volunteered as a guinea pig. While this won’t guarantee that I’ll actually have time to post about anything, at least it should be a fun experiment, and it should give me a feel for what sort of topics are interesting to you all. The widget is below my links, but above my archives on the right. Add a topic or vote on an existing one, and lets see where this goes.

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Jonathan Goff

Jonathan Goff

President/CEO at Altius Space Machines
Jonathan Goff is a space technologist, inventor, and serial space entrepreneur who created the Selenian Boondocks blog. Jon was a co-founder of Masten Space Systems, and is the founder and CEO of Altius Space Machines, a space robotics startup in Broomfield, CO. His family includes his wife, Tiffany, and five boys: Jarom (deceased), Jonathan, James, Peter, and Andrew. Jon has a BS in Manufacturing Engineering (1999) and an MS in Mechanical Engineering (2007) from Brigham Young University, and served an LDS proselytizing mission in Olongapo, Philippines from 2000-2002.
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2 Responses to Skribit

  1. redneck says:

    Should I vote every time I check the blog or just when you change subjects? I check the blog almost every day, but your subjects are currently a few weeks apart. I think most of us check in a similar manner due to the excellent content when you do post.

  2. Michael Mealling says:

    The intent is one vote per person. Right now we don’t prevent multiple anonymous votes but if you have a Skribit account and are logged in it should prevent multiple votes.

    But we’re just now figuring this out so all of that may change…

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