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September 08, 2008

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Makio Yamazaki

Irving-san, Thanks for the sharing.
I look forward to reading your blog.
When I read your aspects on Blogging,
I rememberd IBM Linux ad, Prodigy. YouTube: http://jp.youtube.com/watch?v=EwL0G9wK8j4

Paul Lindman

Just a quick note to say thanks for the effort. When your weekly entry shows up in my reader, I know to skip it until I have a few extra minutes to devote to it. I put it off not only because it is a little longer than other posts, but because it so often has content that makes me think and sometimes even changes my behavior. I like that! Thanks again.

Allen Eskelin

Irving,
I've recently been pruning the number of blogs I follow based on value in attempt to get it down to less than 20. Your blog is definitely a high-value blog. I always learn something from your posts and they are always original content. There are too many blogs that mostly link to other blogs and rarely produce any original content. It always amazes me that you can continue to produce quality posts week after week. Thank you!

Lance Tracey

Irving,

Thank you for sharing your blogging journey.
Making a connection before the content is a high touch human experience.
It feels good.
Next up. Make us laugh. :-)

Many thanks.

Ignacio Gomez-Landero


I have to thank you for your full dedication to the noble art of being a blog-author. In this way , the blogsphere is growing , and also the universal conscience of the humanity . We as humans are co-creators of many things around us , because we are created as image of God , who is also a Creator. God bless you!

Michael Holmes

"I am now something of a prolific writer - a precious gift to have received" - Marty Reilly is smiling right now.

Tom Foremski

Irving, it's interesting reading your experience of blogging. As a professional writer I thought I knew what I was getting into, but it turns out that I didn't. Blogging has become something I have to do rather than choose to do; blogging has become a spiritual journey in many ways; blogging has helped me become more authentic online and offline. And I could go on and on...(even though I'm somewhat embarrassed in saying such things!)
There is something that happens to a person when they write regularly in a very public way. I'm still discovering its effects.

BTW, I've also noticed how sometimes I will sit down to write a post and something very different emerges. I don't put the subject away, I publish the result. It seems as if "'thinking" through my fingers as I type can result in a different conclusion, and the result is often more interesting :-)

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