Sunday, February 06, 2005

Mappa Mundi

Having seen these maps on the sites of Dreamer and Misty I couldn't resist one any longer.

There is something fundamental about those of us who blog - we want to know that SOMEONE is reading and we like it when we know WHO is reading (and preferably that there are lots of them!) It is this rather sad compulsion that makes us all use Blog Explosion and blogclicker to get traffic. I have to say I have found some wonderful blogs that I would NEVER have found without BE and BC but I have also seen plenty I could have lived without!

Without BE and BC I would never have found the romance in the blog or discovered the joys of a walk in winter and a brief rest on the park bench.

This week we should be proving that it IS a small world after all as Ian, Kathryn and I will be meeting Roy who we've got to know through the blogosphere at a conference for youthworkers called Matrix. I'm looking forward to some great times and some blogging via the wonders of someone else's wifi!

7 comments:

Theology Girl said...

I'm with you on the blogging thing. Let us blog on to infamy! Okay, maybe not infamy. Maybe just to a little above obscurity.

Anonymous said...

OK the map is cool ... but someone's already taken up ALL of England! "Someone else's wi-fi" eh, hadn't thought of that. Are agent K and I going to be hosting communal blogging services?
Youthblog of England (no room on the map though)

dom said...

I've gotta agree with you, there are some excellent blogs out there and some very poor ones :). Whatever takes your biscuit I spose !

Cecilia said...

Wow! Good for you guys. I would love to meet those with who I interact with trhough my blog and theirs....someday.

Have fun!

Roger Vere Youth Worker said...

OOOOOOoooooh a visit to Belgium now that DOES sound like a grand plan! Might have to work on that... Though I imagine that there might be other bloggers ahead of me on your list ;oD

dreaming-neko said...

i'm sure we'll all meet up for coffee and chocolates one sunny day! happy blogging~ :)

Roy said...

looking forward to meeting you folk - although am hoping the pancake racing does not get on the agenda at the Matrix - would rather eat them than race them!!