Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Never in a Month of Sundays—Except in November

Kennedy, Eden Marriott. NaBloPoMo. 1 November 2008 {http://www.nablopomo.com/}.
November is the month many bloggers participate in NaBloPoMo—National Blog Posting Month. The idea is to encourage bloggers to post once a day for the entire month of November.

Well, I managed it! And I managed it with the additional restriction I had placed on myself: Post every day for a month without mentioning or complaining about NaBloPoMo!

Kudos to me, I suppose (though I'm not sure self-kudosization should really be allowed—though a considerable fraction of the blogosphere is devoted to it, now that I think about it); I enjoyed it. And I hope you enjoyed it, too.
Links: The Official NaBloPoMo Site.

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