There is already a Home Page field in our profiles, I use that. If your blog is the first port of call you want people to make, then put the URL in there, otherwise make sure your site has a link through to your blog.
Ooops (Note to myself: first time using this icon)
Of course I've meant you
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Yeah, that's why I add the "non-scientific" qualifier to my interpretation.
However, my interpretation could be close to the truth because blog writers are the ones with nothing better to do, the average number of blogs they write is probably far greater than the average number of blogs a reader will bother to look at.
I will agree that a proper "Blog" is all hype. However, the IIS on my machine is running my own simple blog pages that are a great replacement for all those sticky notes that used to clutter up my monitor. My blog is all substance and no hype. Okay, well, I guess I hyped it a little just now... but that's it.
That's actually a good point. It's not so much that the concept of the blog has any hype, but that the content of the blog is of any value. I guess as Taka would point out to me yet again, it's not the concept that's the problem, it's how the concept is applied.
Megan Forbes wrote: Probably more fun for the person writing it than for the poor souls reading it
But does it have to be more fun for the people who read? Many people are just happy to express themselves, it doesn't matter if anyone reads it or not... the joy of expressing yourself, like singing in the shower ... why wrote diary into your private notebook, while you have a possibility to share your thoughts... I like blogs!
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