problogger top5 writing contest

while writing the last entry, I almost forgot that I wrote it for the problogger writing contest. I think this happens when you get a good, short and punchy theme. there have been some great entries so far, and while we are at short and punchy, I like this list over at the literary compass where he lists his top5 pages for a deserted island. even though I wonder how to get internet on a deserted island as well as the power supply for a computer.

the next really funny post is over at The Fibromyalgia Experiment and writes how YOU can become blogworthy.

1. Be the worst customer service rep ever. May I suggest randomly switching accents in the same conversation or quoting Nietzsche as the answer to when people can expect to get their rebates in the mail.

I do not know if I should support what was posted at the newspaper blog, but actually most of the worker bees are just exploited at work, so this top5 how to pass time at work for “geeks” may come right for a lot people, just try to not lose your job while doing it, or it’s all going to change.

this post here will be constantly updated as I browse through the blogs and find great and noteworthy stuff. I am busy right now, but expect it to happen sooner than later.



  1. Ashwin said

    Thanks for mentioning my article.

    Even though many might not agree with I posted, in the earlier post (it’s a series) I mentioned why Time passing at work is good.

  2. Eli James said

    Great writeup – I personally found the list too daunting to go through – went through it only to find other litbloggers. ;P

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