One of the top ten things Guy Kawaski learned during his first 100 days of blogging is that I’m clueless: My favorite lesson from Guy’s first 100 days of blogging: “A tiny amount of people who read my blog are clueless. My favorites are the ones who complain about four things: the top-ten format…”
Update: Background. As I said when I posted that, I’m a fan of Guy Kawaski (and what person who, like me, bought a Mac in 1984 would not be). I’ve gotten used to his list thing and he has evolved it so that he actually speaks with a human-voice now in the context of those lists. At first, they were just lists. But, as I’ve said so many times in the past five years, there are no rules in blogging. If you want to blog in lists, bullet points, or hieroglyphics, have at it. I may scratch my head at someone’s style, but I hope I’m not complaining. And if I’m complaining, it at least means what someone has to say matters enough to complain about.
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