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August 02, 2010

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Hi Louise, I like your math better, too!

After I wrote this post I came across this variation on Cartier-Bresson's quote, over at ProBlogger:

Your First 10,000 Blog Posts Are Your Worst
http://www.problogger.net/archives/2007/10/10/your-first-10000-blog-posts-are-always-the-worst/

Enjoy!
-Marla

Love this post! I'm looking forward to parts 1 and 3 of the series also (will read next). Although I hope the math does not apply to blog posts, as I post ~ 1x a week, and 10,000 weeks would make my blog perfect in about 192 years! How about words/post? I post approximately 500 words/week, so in 20 posts I write about 10,000 words. I like that math a lot better :-)

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