Yes, Adam Honore, I Have Blog Envy

Adam Honore, Aite GroupThe Bull Run Blog has existed for almost a year now and it’s been a new venture for the whole team. While we feel we have finally found our “voice,” we still tend to overanalyze things a bit in what we write about and how we write it (Do you think we are too stiff at times?).  We have built up an impressive industry following and are known for our Fun Friday reviews of downtown Food Trucks.  We are tired, however, of reading the same articles over and over again about Dodd-Frank and Cloud computing.  I mean in the end, who really cares?  It’s just seems to be the same industry news over and over again.

Therefore, I thought that this week I’d share one of my favorite blogs with you that isn’t as serious as financial services tends to be and is definitely worth a read.  It’s written by none other than one of our favorite analysts, Adam Honore of Aite Group.  I recently came across his blog when an industry colleague sent me his recent post, What’s wrong with SIFMA?.   Not only is the article insightful, but the overall tone is laid back and humorous (two of Adam’s qualities that come across effortlessly in his writing). After reading this blog post, I had to take a look at some of the others and they definitely gave me a chuckle includingSpending the M&A Christmas Bonus and I Suck at Online Influence.  So, there you have it.  I have blog envy.  Adam has a voice to his blog that I’ve been trying achieve in my own posts for some time now.  Perhaps he’ll be interested in giving me some pointers sometime soon…

Check out Adam Honore’s Capital Markets Technology blog and follow him on twitter at @marketstech.

About Maureen Lowe

President and Founder of Financial Technologies Forum, LLC. Editor-In-Chief of FTF News. Entrepreneur, Jersey Girl that recently returned to Jersey, Loves to Bake, Married to a Kiwi, First Time Mom
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