Sweeping the Floors of My Blog

In yesterday’s post, I responded to some of Alex Reid’s thoughts on whether writing might be conceived of as work of play. There are other terms operating in this discussion and my reflection, as well. For instance, there are issues of labor, pleasure, joy, vocation, etc. Each of these has a slightly different point of entry into this discussion. But as I mentioned in my last post, I suspect that…

December 4, 2009
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Sweeping the Floors of My Blog

In yesterday’s post, I responded to some of Alex Reid’s thoughts on whether writing might be conceived of as work of play. There are other terms operating in this discussion and my reflection, as well. For instance, there are issues of labor, pleasure, joy, vocation, etc. Each of these has a slightly different point of entry into this discussion. But as I mentioned in my last post, I suspect that…

December 4, 2009
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Blog Apologist (for my own, anyway)

Blog Apologist (for my own, anyway) I know this blog is slowly evolving as part of my public face. The readership numbers are growing every week. And, believe it or not, the bounce rate is declining. (A “bounce” is when someone arrives at your site and leaves quickly, either because it’s not interesting, poor quality, or not what they expected–none of which are good.) So I’m making progress. Don’t get…

November 23, 2009
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Blog Apologist (for my own, anyway)

Blog Apologist (for my own, anyway) I know this blog is slowly evolving as part of my public face. The readership numbers are growing every week. And, believe it or not, the bounce rate is declining. (A “bounce” is when someone arrives at your site and leaves quickly, either because it’s not interesting, poor quality, or not what they expected–none of which are good.) So I’m making progress. Don’t get…

November 23, 2009
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