Addicted To Blogging?

Addicted To Blogging?

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82%How Addicted to Blogging Are You?

Scott pinged this test to me. Clearly nonsense....it's Facebook I'm weening myself off. Having said that, Darren Strange did remark when seeing me in the atrium last week that he couldn't believe I wasn't blogging!

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  • For a "frustrated journalist" I'm a bit surprised it's not higher. I came in at a respectable 76%. Obviously too much time spent on Twitter and Facebook

  • Via Steve Clayton ...this is just a bit of fun. I scored a respectable 81% - although having begun to

  • Via Steve Clayton ...this is just a bit of fun. I scored a respectable 81% - although having begun to

  • Blogging Addiction

  • Damn you Clayton, damn you I say - I got 81%

  • Well I have work to do - only scored 75%.

  • Bah only 75%.

  • I have only been blogging for a couple of weeks, and I am already addicted.  For all the nice talk about "community" "social media" and "relationships, " blogging is just basically channelsurfing with people instead of a TV, except you get tto throw some important sounding comments out there, sort of like swearing at the TV if your quarterback fumbles the ball.  It's an addiction to the mouse instead of the remote.  

    It is an addiction that is bound to be replaced by a different one.  We are going to be sick of our eternal "conversation" with marketers and egoists.

    Of course, we are blogging for business, or so we think.  I wonder if Johnny Cochran would have had more clients if he had a blog with random mixtures of photos, law stuff, and vignettes about his son's toilet training.  I am skeptical about blogging for business, unless of course, your blog is about blogging or selling blogging stuff.

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