“It all ends in tears anyway.” ― Jack Kerouac

Perhaps this is the end of this chapter, but it may be the start of another.
Maybe I’ll be inspired to blog more often now, but knowing my schedule, maybe not.

A final recommendation for you all: Plato’s – The Symposium.
You don’t have to be a Greek Philosopher to enjoy this one folks, it is very interesting and will have you pondering for hours.

If you are thinking about creating a blog similar to this one on books, music etc. then let me leave  you with these few gems to get you started:

  • Pictures, pictures, pictures! – Don’t be shy, a picture is worth 1000 words, but not too many pictures please. Also any other multimedia that may be relevant.
  • Spelling & grammar – I may be known to use incorrect punctuation points for effect here and there, but never underestimate the importance of great grammar skills (use spell check too.)
  • Engage the audience – Ask questions, provoke thought, provide recommendations. You never know who is listening/reading.

Benefits:

  • Low cost
  • Decent reach
  • Linkable (media links)
  • Searchable
  • Personalized
  • Instant feedback
  • Expressive
  • Fun

Hope you were all chocolate wasted in the sunshine this weekend!
LJ

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One thought on ““It all ends in tears anyway.” ― Jack Kerouac

  1. I couldn’t agree more about spelling and grammar! I can’t tell you how many blogs I’ve seen (or even articles written by newspapers, etc.) that have spelling and grammatical errors. I think spelling errors can reflect badly on your company and brand in some cases. I enjoyed reading your post!

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