You should really visit the InterTubes more often.:)
Oh, he's had something like a blog for some time now, but his use of blogger is new as of this week.
I stand corrected!
John was impressed when I pointed out to him how many comments the cover of his upcoming Bone Song drew on my own blog, and I said, "Those comments could all be on your blog if your blog could host comments."
It's nearing the point where its easier to track authors who *don't* have blogs than it is to track those who do.
I can't tell you how frustrated I get when I find a new author and then can't find a blog or something. Drives me nuts.
Ditto. But equally frustrating is following a Google Alert about one of my authors to a Blog or LJ account that doesn't have any biographical information about the Blogger on it anywhere, so I have no idea whose opinion I'm reading, no context, no idea who or where they are.
Hey LouThis new electronic interweb thing is good. Did you say that more than a dozen people have computers now?Actually, Lou is right. His commands to me about blogging correctly did in fact propagate all the way back to the Big Bang (quote: for-f'ing-ever) and possible kicked the vacuum from its original equilibrium energy, thereby giving rise to the whole of the universe!All hail Emperor Lou!
Works by me.
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