4/14/2009

Bemidji State University - Katy and Zachary


The blogging community sometimes forgets just how widely well known we are. For example, myself and another blogger, Kathy of The Junk Drawer, are the subjects of analysis of some type of class project in a sociology (strictly a guess on my part) class at Bemidji State University in MN. They describe each blog from a "head to toe" approach. I'm not real sure of just what they are attempting to do by describing the layout of each blog, subject matter (such as page rank icons, traffic rank icons, etc.). I'm sure they have their reasons.

They both do a good job of describing the blog, the content, and myself. In fact, in response to a video I made about Christian the Lion [blog link] Zachary makes the astute observation "Dude needs a hug." I have to confess, after going back and reading what I had to say in that blog entry, Zach's comment went right over my head. Well, to that I say, thanks Zach. You aren't the gender I would allow to do that. But, it is a nice thought on your part, "dude."

I'm flattered that someone would consider this blog as part of any class project in college. I have no idea how or why they chose this blog or Kathy's blog. In fact, neither one of us were ever asked for permission to have our blogs used in this manner. If asked, I would have said yes. I just happen to think "asking" would have been the considerate thing to do. But, this "dude" is still flattered by the attention. Anyway, if you wish, you can read more of their analysis of this blog by clicking HERE No, I did not ask them for permission to have their work broadcast on this blog. I would have if they had provided a link to email them. My email link is not hard to find. They would surely know that. And, Zach and Katy, if you read this (as I suspect you will), feel free to comment on this post. I would appreciate your comments.

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