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  1. So, you’re going with the option on the right — or is there something we don’t know about? ;)

  2. So, you’re going with the option on the right — or is there something we don’t know about? ;)

  3. So, you’re going with the option on the right — or is there something we don’t know about? ;)

  4. If you assume a wannabe famous blogger takes one of the two paths, there is a logical fault: The act of blogging is of the self, whereas the act of fame is of the other. So, if the choice is:

    A. Start blogging, and be followed.

    or

    B. Be followed, and start blogging.

    Clearly, the first choice is what most people to do. Unless you’re someone like Ashrton Kutcher who became famous first and then started (micro)blogging.

  5. If you assume a wannabe famous blogger takes one of the two paths, there is a logical fault: The act of blogging is of the self, whereas the act of fame is of the other. So, if the choice is:

    A. Start blogging, and be followed.

    or

    B. Be followed, and start blogging.

    Clearly, the first choice is what most people to do. Unless you’re someone like Ashrton Kutcher who became famous first and then started (micro)blogging.

  6. If you assume a wannabe famous blogger takes one of the two paths, there is a logical fault: The act of blogging is of the self, whereas the act of fame is of the other. So, if the choice is:

    A. Start blogging, and be followed.

    or

    B. Be followed, and start blogging.

    Clearly, the first choice is what most people to do. Unless you’re someone like Ashrton Kutcher who became famous first and then started (micro)blogging.

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