I am using the following acronyms describing the nature of each one of my posts in this blog.
Informative posts. Posts of this type usually contain informative data regarding a lecture or a course I deliver. Post of this type can also include an informative data about a conference and/or exhibition.
Academic posts. Posts of this type usually contain academic related data. It can be about a specific academic course I lecture, a conference or a research.
Posts I compose based on my business and technical experience. Posts of this type usually provide valuable conclusions based on my experience.
Posts through which I usually provide in-depth and a broad view from a technical professional perspective. Post of this type usually include a comparison with other alternative technologies. Posts of this type usually provide an higher resolution comparing with posts categorized as TECH ones.
Posts I compose from a pure business perspecitve. Posts of this type focus on the business aspect. Posts of this type usually ignore professional aspects unless they have a strong influence on the business aspect.
Posts I compose to cover various technical aspects of a given technology, software or solution. Posts of this type and more technical in their nature. Posts of this type are usually for none developers. Posts I characterize as PRO are usually for developers only.
Posts I compose to refer a social effect related either to specific product or a specific service or a specific technology. Though psychology and sociology do not belong to my fields of expertise I hope these posts could serve as a jump start for social related discussions through which we could interact, bridge the technology world with the social one and evolve.