Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Mountain Xpress Readers, Welcome to BlogAsheville

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7 comments:

Edgy Mama said...

Nice welcome, Screwy.

Thanks for your inclusive, erudite, articulate comments in the Xpress! You give good quote.

jaybird said...

What an excellent article... I'd like to thank BlogAsheville for doing so much to help Steve Shanafelt with the piece. I've been wanting to do a meetup but my schedule is so loopy. At any rate, congrats for helping to corral we wild few into one outstanding issue of Mountain X.

Johnny Lemuria said...

I am interesting joing your list of Asheville blogs. I just started mine a a little over a week ago, and wasn't even aware of the Asheville Blog until the Xpress article. I can be found here: http://newfleshtemple.blogspot.com

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Screwy Hoolie said...

You know you've hit the big time when the spammers find you...

Marie said...

Yep. Screwy,
You've definitely hit the big time. That was one hell of a spammer! I look to you and the rest of the Asheville Bloggers as guidance counselors in building the Boone bloggers. There are only 4 that I know of. I encourage everyone to embrace this technology and run with it...
All my best.
My motto: "Build a blog and they will come."

Jude Nagurney Camwell said...

I gave your front page story a mention, Asheville bloggers.
Congrats!

Jude