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Saturday, November 11, 2006



I'm checking them out! Have you tried mybloglog? I'd be curious as to what you think?

Beverly Trayner

Hi Beth. I did try mybloglog but all the people I saw visiting my blog were people with sex sites!

It was a bit depressing so I took it off :-)


That's what happened to me and I was about to take it off when I started to see Nancy, Marnie and other folks show up. Now, I see people I know (mostly) and I was shocked to see a few well-known bloggers who I don't know personally or even have emailed. I'm finding the site tracking useful, though.

Beverly Trayner

Humm, maybe I'll put it back up again. I've got some serious blog gardening to do in the next week or so, so I'll try again. Thanks!



I love your analogy to gardening. I've just been outed again as a blog slob ... or a reader left a comment telling me that my blog was a "cluttered morass"

Another down side to widgets is that can slow up the load of the page.

Beverly Trayner

Bog slob! Better make sure I'm not seen as one of them.

Love it :-)

Beth Kanter

Better a blog slob than blog snob!

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