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stuff about this blog, blogging in general, and various other social media/technology issues

Where Have I Been? What’s New?

There are lots of reasons that I haven’t written much lately. They’re mostly excuses, but I’m going to use them anyway. 😉 Multiple blogs. Like I said in the previous post, managing multiple blogs with multiple online personas and trying to maintain some anonymity is not conducive to writing regularly. I haven’t sorted how to … Continue reading »

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Welcome! Please Pardon the Mess. :)

Welcome to The Amazing Pudding’s new home at! When I first started this blog I wanted to keep my kids anonymous so their lives wouldn’t be easily googled at some later date. Well, that didn’t work because the nuisance of having separate handles, login credentials, etc. proved to be a barrier to frequent posting. … Continue reading »

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Catching Up

Yeah, so it’s been a week since I posted Wordless Wednesday photos. Deal. 😛 Life’s been busy and hectic. I’ve been too busy actually doing work at work to blog. In fact, that’s one of the biggest changes I haven’t blogged about. I’m working away from home again. My boss wanted me closer and more … Continue reading »

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This Ain’t Cheers

Sometimes you want to go where nobody knows your name. Wait – wha…?

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Follow Wishlist: Complement to #FollowFriday?

The #FollowFriday phenomenon on Twitter doesn’t do much for much. I think the main reason is that most tweeps (twits?) just post as many handles fit in 140 characters. I’d like to know why you follow someone so that I can get an idea of why I might want to follow him/her. As a complementary (or contrary) … Continue reading »

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