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Why Technology and why not ERP?

A lot of times, I get questions on my interest and some are often puzzled as to my interest towards technology, especially mobile technology rather than what I practice in real life -- ERP.
The questions generally are, -- "Why don't you write about ERP"?
"What's the benefit of writing a blog about tech news when you can write about ERP and be more marketable" ?
Sometimes, I don't get questions -- "I just get looks" pretty much summing up how they feel about it.
Some have even suggested to bring down the blogger site and just start writing about ERP and be on one of those open groups on linked in.

To be honest -- I really would like to write a lot about ERP - PeopleSoft and Oracle apps, but the fact of the matter is that I have spent my entire day working on those products and at times, I would like to know how things are shaping up outside my work world. I really like to help anyone with ERP question and those who do dedicatedly, "hats off to them". I am just washed out by the end of the day to think ERP when I leave office, unless there is work and that needs to be done to meet deadline.

So till then - I will continue to write outside ERP and when something excites me -- I'll write and discuss ERP.

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