Saturday, 12 January 2008

Blog phenomenon 2007 and into 2008..

Completely new to me. Only really ever delved into after experiencing the big sites, which really don't need me mentioning them, they get enough traffic and hits as it is.

February saw the little launch and creeping in of Pop Cultureddd itself. Something that I have loved writing even when I've hit my lows.

But the only other thing I must mention is the support from people has been tremendous. Especially fellow bloggers of whom I've become very affectionate of. You are all well loved by me. Please peruse the Favourable Links section and show some love for these excellent writers.

And into 2008 a very exciting little project has come to flourish quite beautifully, known as, Fun And Heartbreak. Contributed to by myself along with a host of my very favourite bloggers.

I was fairly giddy when Colin asked me to write for it. But its kind of turned to nerves about the state of my own ability to write anything coherently, let alone well! So show it some love!

Hope everyone is enjoying the New Year to the best that you can in a miserable January. Show the little blogs support. Big mainstream ones certainly don't need it. Us little noble amateurs do!

10 comments:

a very public sociologist said...

Just to let you know, you've left the b out of your Fun and Heartbreak link.

Mulrine said...

Oops!

Fixed.

The Vinyl District said...

I quite enjoyed what you wrote and it's had me thinking for days -- like, "what do the fellow commuters see in my face as I trudge to work?"

Troubling indeed.

Keep up the insightfulness...

Mulrine said...

Thank you!

I'm glad someone enjoyed it. I berated myself quite harshly over it.

The Vinyl District said...

Why would you berate yourself? 'Twas insightful...

Mulrine said...

Nah.

I don't think it was. I think my writing style was a bit all over the place too. It should've been a lot better than it was.

The Vinyl District said...

Well, take a look at my blog sometime...I'm not lighting the world on fire with my prose!

And like a good commercial, what you wrote stuck with me - so, there you have it...

Mulrine said...

Thanks. You managed to make me smile. An achievement for today.

My confidence is a problem for me.

Thank you for your kind words.

The Vinyl District said...

Feel free to write directly if you wish...

miles away said...

happy new year - and also happy fun and heartbreak-ing. do keep on writing :)