Blogging with Substance

Apparently, Mike the Mad Biologist thinks that I have a blog of substance. Or something like that.

This appears to be a meme that Bora started, with two rules:

1. Sum up your blogging motivation, philosophy and experience in exactly 10 words.

2. Tag 10 other blogs to perpetuate the meme. (Only ten? This will be hard!)

Okay, here we go.

In ten words:

Write often. Read lots. Engage. Where is my blogging helmet?

Tag; you're it (blog linked left, twitter linked right):

That wasn't as hard as I thought it would be.

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