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Guest Posts (2) – Thanks

Still on vacation, Dan Zambonini has been your host here on Lone Gunman for the past week. While here, Dan published six items:

Travelling from Tokyo to Sydney and onwards to Melbourne over the last week I’ve had a little bit of time to produce a few posts of my own.

This coming week I’ll be producing some of my own posts… but only a few. More guests posts soon.

Many thanks to Dan.

Guest Posts (2)

I’m away on vacation, and last week Alex J. Mann took over Lone Gunman for the week and produced five thoughtful posts:

This coming week, your host is Dan Zambonini—a true Renaissance man.

Dan is the co-founder of the excellent Box UK (“creators of amazing web apps” and much more besides) and not only has his own tag here at Lone Gunman but also may be the source of more posts than any other person.

Dan is a great person to follow on Twitter, and you can do that here. If you’re interested in things web you should subscribe to Dan’s company blog here, and if you love design, you should follow his personal Tumblr-style blog here (where you can find further links to his many projects in the sidebar).

On top of all this, Dan also helps to organise some fine events around the UK. I spoke at one not too long ago (Ignite Cardiff) and now the first Ignite London is currently lining up speakers—one to watch.

Thanks to Alex and thanks to Dan.

Guest Posts (1)

Right now I’m in Japan. I’ll be staying here for another couple of weeks before heading to southeast Australia for another few weeks. While I’m away your occasional Lone Gunman fix will come from a selection of fine guest writers.

For the coming week your host is Alex J. Mann.

Alex has his own tag here on Lone Gunman thanks to the following posts:

As you can tell from perusing the above posts, Alex is a recent graduate, an entrepreneur, and a damn nice guy with brains to boot.

You can read more from Alex on his blog where he reflects on entrepreneurship, culture and technology. As expected, Alex is also on Twitter and you can follow him here.

That’s not all, of course: Alex’s fantastic Delicious bookmarks can be seen and followed here, and you can find out more about Alex’s fantastic startup, AM Analytics, by heading here.

Join me in welcoming Alex–my first ever guest author–by leaving comments on his posts.

Thanks to Alex and to you.