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2.8.06

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 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.
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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.  
Thomsen, that is way cool. Yes, I did spot that and I thank you sincerely, sir!  
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