For those at my work who read this blog, who didn't notice, I wasn't at work today. For those of you who care, I am feeling better tonight.
I really must call my doctor. I have been putting this off for too long as it is. I will call tomorrow.
Let's see here. It was nearly noon before I got up. The afternoon was a bit of a haze. But a long shower this evening makes me feel even better.
I tweeted something a few days ago. It was a question. I asked whether I should continue the interviews for this here blog. The few who wrote me back all thought I should. So, I will.
What I will ask all 4.7 of you now, though, is: What aspects of Bevboy's Blog would you like to see more of, or less of, or not at all? A feature? Something like the Early Bevboy? Would you like me to revisit some of the "Year in Review" editions and flesh out some of the stories, or add new ones? Are you sick and tired of the "Christmas Tie" posts every December? Or should I consider shutting down the blog? (I'd probably ignore those requests!)
If you have a moment, please let me know what your thoughts are. You can reply to the Facebook status update pointing to this blog post, reply to the tweet advertising this post, or send me a direct email at radiointerviews AT Bevboysblog DOT com.
Start thinking. Start writing. Start feedbacking.
See you tomorrow.
I like the posts where you discuss things that happened to you or people you have met and then interpret the meanings and motives behind those people and happenings. The year in review stuff was solid gold. I love the passion behind the radio posts although I'm not sure I've ever had a strong positive feeling about any radio station (other than NPR for the year I lived in Maine). My re commendation for the Christmas tie thing would be to make it one a week for the four weeks leading up to Christmas and make them A) absolutely mind boggling "how the heck did he get there" locations and to only be wearing the tie.
Thanks for the feedback, AJ. Fear not! Bevboy's Blog is not going anywhere.
I keep marveling at how many people liked the "Year in Review" series. People who had never commented to me before, went out of their way then.
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