2006-09-15

My popularity soars!

The readership of this blog has skyrocketed to a confirmed number of 2. This has totally overwelmed me and I can only thank my parents for the strong foundation they gave me. Like myself, my readers have opinions and aren't afraid to express them.
I am anxious for some real blogging on your part. If you are going to have website worthy of a bookmark you should add to it at least once a week.

In Search of Ranganathan: After a year, a test post.

I'm bookmark worthly! Joking aside, Wooden is quite right that ISOR needs regular posts. But as I've written earlier, there is some underlining "bloated ego problem" that would motivate someone to blog. I have trouble believing that my bloated ego doesn't extended to "people need to read what I think" when it has always embraced "people should listen to what I say." I'm working to rectify this shortcoming.

Of course, reading stuff like this make it difficult to turn my blogging around:

How to Dissuade Yourself from Becoming a Blogger - WikiHow

2 comments:

Carrie Anna said...

From your link, "If you plan to use a blog as a way of keeping in touch with a group of people, such as friends, family, or co-workers, then you may want to make sure it's inaccessible to the public (for the public's sake as well as yours). Using a message board instead of a blog can simplify matters and help keep it interactive." That would be okay too! Just something to let us know that you are alive and what experiences you are encountering. Not all of us get a chance to live in India and talking to DELL just doesn't allow us to vicariously experience it. ;-)

Anonymous said...

Hi Patrick,
Glad to see that you're back on the blog board.
The guitar looks awesome - the guitarist, even better!
Miss you both!
Kanchana