a global community
As mentioned by email on Dgroup, I'm compiling a list of your favourite blogs and blog posts about facilitation (and KM, as much as possible). An annotated selection will be made available on the list but meanwhile hereby the full list of links you have shared with me - sorry it's unsorted, to get order you'll have to wait for the journal (chaos is beautiful anyway, you sort it all out as you like ;)
Thank you all!
And keep them coming (I can edit this ad lib).
Geoff Brown: http://www.tangentconsulting.com.au/blog/
Johnnie Moore: http://johnniemoore.com/blog/
Viv McWaters: http://vivmcwaters.com.au/
I would also recommend Davd Gurteens blog http://www.gurteen.com/gurteen/gurteen.nsf/id/knowledge-log
Here is a good one that links facilitation and KM: http://www.nickmilton.com/2015/04/whats-different-about-facilitatio...
Andrew Rixon used to have a blog but doesn't seem to any more. Bob Dick does not have a blog but is worth mentioning. Viv, Geoff, Andrew & Bob are part of a network of Australian facilitators (ours is a small country) who have worked with each other. Johnnie is linked to them. Shawn Callahan @ Anecdote is also linked to them.
Like Shawn, David Snowden & Dave Pollard are not facilitators per se but I find much of their writing is relevant to facilitation thought & practice.
Separate from all these, Julie Diamond is a great US-based facilitator who used to have a blog but now I cannot find it!
Blogs of various amazing graphic facilitators http://graphicfacilitation.blogs.com/
http://michellelaurie.com/ Michelle Laurie - doesn't post frequently, but high value
This guy, Ewen LeBorgne's stuff... you might have heard of him
Here is a link to Dave Pollard's blog mentioned above - he comes from a KM history as well http://howtosavetheworld.ca/
Tree Bresson doesn't blog per se http://treegroup.info/
Gisela Wendling hasn't blogged in a while. I miss her posts http://www.liminalsonglines.com/ It is interesting to note that quite a few voices I've appreciated have stopped blogging in the last two years. I find this interesting
Peggy Holman http://peggyholman.com/