You see, you see, told you so

Saturday 25 February 2012, 8.20am HKT

IT ISN’T USUAL that The Naked Listener could beat established writers in coming out with a first.

Remember that bit about the ‘About’ page for your blog or website in You don’t blog? (3/5)?

I’m chuffed to the bollocks* to say I beat Erica V‘s latest post about the importance of having an About page in The Daily Post at by a clear six days.

* To borrow Harold Pinter‘s words.

Of course, her original article “The Blogger Behind the Curtain” (15 Nov 2011) beat my megalomaniacal effort by weeks, but we’ll let that inconvenient detail pass.

Okaaaayyy, it’s a half-first then.

Just two thoughts from the experts:

“This is what makes us human and relatable.”
the island traveler, commenting in ‘The Blogger Behind the Curtain’


“I’ve seen many terrible pages — long, rambling treatise of the blogger’s life, or pages so short and obscure that one wonders if the blogger is in the witness protection program.”
— Huffgirl, commenting in same thread

You see, you see, told you so.

© The Naked Listener’s Weblog, 2012.

Image by Deborah Warrick of St. Augustine, Florida via AARP.

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