Since I started blogging a couple of years ago, things have gotten more and more interesting, in ways I could never have imagined. The latest has me thinking of I should work the phrase “internationally known” into the title of my day job. Via the EchoDitto del.icio.us feed (we all contribute links regularly, here are mine), I learned this morning that I got a mention in, of all places, the Hindustan Times.
BEEN THERE, DONE THAT. A veteran speaks his mind.
In his 25 October 2005 post (‘Blogging on the Clock‘), ‘Terrance’ comments on the trend described in the previous section: “I can believe it. I’ve even been there, before I got my current blogging-related job. If you ask me, the amount of time spent blogging or reading blogs at work probably speaks to the reality that a great many of us spend eight-or-more hours a day toiling away at jobs that don’t interest, challenge, or inspire us…” Also: “Meanwhile, some employers are cutting off the discussion by cutting off access to blogs from the office.” mediacenter.blogs.com. P.S.: Terrance Heath is now the blogmaster at EchoDitto echoditto.com.
Well, I ain’t exactly hanging out in the green room at CNN, but it’s nice to get the occasional mention somewhere.
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