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Bob Mustin

I don't know about this Master biz, but I'm with you on the readership quandary. Blogging is loaded with satisfaction of the sort writers aspire to, but having and identifying one's readership would close that loop quite nicely.

Trevor Locklear

I've been reading your blog ever since I graduated from science and math, and now I'm a senior in college. I've enjoyed every post. Keep them coming!


Bob: When I get the answer-- and I'm working on it-- I'll let you know. I know there is an answer.

Trevor: I counted you among my 4 or 5! I appreciate it, my friend. Let me know when you are graduating, and I'll take you out to dinner.

jacki janse van rensburg

i loved your story about your 'newspaper'. i also loved typing on my grandmother's typepwriter when i was a child, and wrote long letters and essays on it. the best part was getting to the end of a line, and hearing the 'ping'.

thanks for bringing back a fond memory...

M Light

I like reading stories of why people started blogging. I've added mine.


Jacki: welcome to BwP. I saw your blog. Unique story. Lovely.

Moom: I'll get over there soon.

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