Another blog with faces
I got a very nice email from Thomsen Young today, noting that I had been added to his Blogs with a Face site. You’ll see me on the bottom row, next to Jamie Oliver. The idea is to link blogs with their creators’ faces, and, I expect, to drive trafﬁc to us.
There are a lot more of us here than at 25 Peeps, but each photo is tiny. However, it gives a neat effect, showing that the blogosphere is not made up of lines and dots (as most diagrams of it have shown to date), but real people. (There are some logo exceptions.)
I am by no means among the ﬁrst people—I notice that Thomsen has quoted, on his home page, Randy Thomas and Pajamas Media.
Thomsen, I am delighted to be added, and I hope your blog keeps growing. Others can submit to Thomsen via a link on his blog’s home page. As with 25 Peeps, I am discovering new people, which I would not have before. Such is the nature of the blogosphere. Posted by Jack Yan, 01:21
Thanks for the linkage friend. I did not know that he quoted me. That's cool.
I wonder if he has quoted me—I must venture back to have a look!
You gotta venture back and take a look! Jack, I posted your comments you said with a link to your website. Oh, and I hope you like your enlarged picture when you rollover your icon on the collage.
# posted by Blogs with a Face: 8/05/2006 05:51:00 AM
Thomsen, that is way cool. Yes, I did spot that and I thank you sincerely, sir!Post a Comment
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