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A Little Notoriety For The Shack

There are many aspects of blogging that I very much enjoy. I touched upon many of these in a post aptly named Why I Blog.

For me part of the fun of the blogosphere is the element of surprise. You never really know what you are going to find or for that matter who might find you. In theory my quiet little corner of cyberspace could find its way into the homes and offices of tens of millions, or not.

All of this is a long winded way to say that this morning I learned that the Shack is being featured along with other bloggers in a column at CBSNEWS.

It is called Bloggers Eye Skimpy Halloween Garb.

Anyway, I thought that I would pass the news along. A hearty welcome to all of you first time visitors. The title of the blog is accurate. This blog does contain random thoughts and comments about all sorts of things.

Over on the right side of the page there are some drop down menus that contain some of my better posts. You are welcome to take a look around and hang out for a bit. Thanks for stopping by.

Regards,

Jack

Comments

The Misanthrope said…
Congrats. It is indeed nice to be recognized for one's efforts. Nice job.
Anonymous said…
Hey, congratulations! Watch out for those millions of visitors!
benning said…
Congrats as well! Sounds like a fairly silly video to send to a prospective employer. Why would a college student be that silly?

How the heck did he get to college in the first place? Oy!
-Ann said…
Congratulations!
Anonymous said…
Congratulations, Jack! Though I was expecting a quote on the subject of skimpy Halloween costumes.
Jack Steiner said…
M,

Thanks.

Rhea,

Those millions have made this place a mess. It'll take hours to clean up. ;)

Benning,

Good question.

-Ann,
Thanks.

Stephen,

I was surprised as well, but still pleased to get my 30 seconds of fame.
Anonymous said…
Now you're famous. Will you still talk to us little peoples?
Anonymous said…
So, how do you weigh in on narcissistic job applicants wearing skimpy Halloween costumes?
Jack Steiner said…
Sarah,

Thanks.

Miriam,

I'll think about it.

So, how do you weigh in on narcissistic job applicants wearing skimpy Halloween costumes?

Are they hot. ;)