SharePoint On Scobleizer (Microsoft Geek Blogger) and the Book Title Brainstorm!

The word is now officially out:

Scobleizer: Microsoft Geek Blogger

Of course this is nothing new over here in the SharePoint world <yawn>. Catch up Scoble, this thing is going to be bigger than Blogging! <grin>

It makes sense of course that books make for a great indicator of software sales, hadn't really thought about it much before. With that said, from the feedback I'm getting, I suspect there is still plenty of room for more titles.  

So, in an effort to encourage possible authors out there, tell me (via Comments), if you could instantly have in front of you right now, any book you like on SharePoint, what would the title be?

"7 Habits of Highly Effective Web Part Developers" - For enthusiastic developers
"Becoming a SharePoint Stunt Pilot" - For adventurous FrontPagers
"Oh, what's the SharePoint" - For the pessimistic support professional
"Tips and other SharePointers" - For everyone! Great stocking filler!
"The Da SharePoint Code" - Hardcore Developers, the type who talk in For...While loops.
"The curious incident of the Web Part consuming the Web Service" - For imaginative Integrators
"Finding Demo" - Hands on guide for Knowledge Management professionals

I happen to have a spare copy of Halo 2 lying around, if you make me laugh really hard, it might just find it's way to you....(completely at my discretion. Hey it's MY blog!)

Comments (8)
  1. stuart says:

    "What’s the point of sharing?"

  2. stuart says:

    "share this!"

  3. Everything your mother didn’t tell you about sharepoint

  4. 7 Web Parts for 7 Web Services

    oh! sorry that was a film

    how to connect the data to the user by clicing buttons.

    "How to replace Access with 3 seperate products"

    "If you thought Access was scary wait until you have seen sharepoint"

    "Whatever Happend To My Web Sites, a guide for any developer that has ever installed sharepoint on a production server!"

  5. Matt says:

    "If You Can’t Share Everything Securely, Don’t Share Anything At All" – A guide to securing SharePoint deployments

    "Learn To Share In Any Language" – How to internationalize your Sharepoint website

    "Document Recovery Made Easy" – Backing up and restoring Sharepoint websites

    "The Hunt Last For Last October" – A developers guide to configuring indexing in SharePoint Services

    "Share and Share Alike: Clustering SharePoint Websites for Scalability" – self explanatory

  6. JessicaG says:

    "Eternal Sharepoint of the search-less mind" – A beginner’s guide to Sharepoint enlightenment

    "100 years of Sharepoint solitude" – A perspective on life without Sharepoint.

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