Greetings from Melbourne, Australia (a.k.a. Downunder).
This is my first blog on Yasni.
Blogging is a fascinating experience. I am feeling good. Because all beginnings in life make me feel excited and full of energy to embrace the world around me. Each meaningful connection is like an object of happiness and joy in the online world.
I have been blogging in a number of sites such as Ecademy, Superfan, Blogspot, WordPress, Twitter for personal matters and internally in IBM as an employee about technical matters mainly in computing and information technology and a number of close academic and scientific networks for professional and research matters. Now you may ask, after blogging a number of sites, why would choose blogging in Yasni?
Good question! Yasni is a unique site from a number of perspectives. I was introduced Yasni by a co-networker who is well connected and producing excellent results in social networks through his authentic interaction. He is from Germany whom I met face to face so we established reasonable trust for collaboration. This insightful person provided me a number of compelling reasons to join Yasni. One of the key reasons he provided me was about credibility of content rated by peers from any part of the globe. Even though it sounds simple, it has important positive implications and high impact as far as user generated content phenomena. The beauty of Yasni for me was its implementation of metaphorical German engineering rigor from process perspective yet embracing diversity with a vision of globalisation.
After meeting a number of co-networkers here, I was offered to blog in Yasni which is a privilege to me. I am a person with eclectic taste, open mind and thirsty to knowledge which you may notice from my blogs in Ecademy or the blogs which I will be posting here regularly.
In each blog, I ask question related to the theme of the day. As it is about feeling good and new beginnings, I would like to obtain your views on these theme as well. For example, what key things make you feel good in life? What are the new beginnings which you experienced recently? How do they feel? And yes, why are you in Yasni? What is your compelling reason? Who was your catalyst to be a member here?
As an introductory conclusion of my blog today, I’d like to thank the Yasni team for giving me the opportunity to blog here. I am honoured and feel grateful with this jest. Look forward to your comments; I know they will fix my serotonin level by putting smiles on my face stemming from constructive contribution…Let’s feel good together with mutual insights!
Dr. Mehmet Yildiz