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January 11, 2005


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Yvonne DiVita

Isn't it nice that the folks at Fortune are starting to get blogs? I didn't pen the article you refer to-- my honey, Tom, did-- over at our Business Blogging Boot Camp. We trade off on posts over there. Much thanks for mentioning me, though. Cause my blog, Lip-sticking, also covers that article a bit. Folks, business folks, need to understand that...someone in the blogosphere may be talking about them...good or bad. Why aren't they curious to know what we're saying? In 2005, I predict, WOMEN will enter the blogosphere in greater numbers...not always as bloggers, but as check you out! This is a blog I will can count on that!


Great article...I thoroughly enjoyed reading the superbly written article about blogging. Blogging has become such an integral part of our lives, can we really remember how it was before this phenomenon took off?

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