I’m being studied… Eek!

I just received an email this morning from Mike Atherton leading me to this page – Sunderland Universities weblog homework.

I’m listed as a blog that should be read and discused?! I am both honoured and amused in equal measure. Thanks to Tony Nicholson for taking my blogs on, and giving this comment:

I went on Thayer Driver’s blog (thayer18.livejournal.com) and found the mix of professional and personal quite interesting. At first I was quite sceptical if it would work or not, but as I read on the interesting mix proved a good interaction for her social networking friends. The first ever social networking Mexican Wave hade 15 comments in the last five minutes and her other blogs enabled her to promote the chinwag work that she does. It is important to create a good relationship with fellow proffessionals so I think if I ever get a professional working blog going I will do the same mix… but perhaps not as extreme!

Cool, huh?! 🙂

Thanks Tony!

It’s an apt reminder that everything you do and say online is likely to be studied and scrutinised at some stage. It’s also reminded me that it’s important to bring a mix of not just what you want to write, but what’s interesting to the table.

Have a read of the post, and the findings of the other students too, it’s very insightful.

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One Response to I’m being studied… Eek!

  1. Anonymous says:

    Impressive happenings in the North-East
    Nice one, Thayer.
    I was up in Newcastle for an event the week before last and it gave me a chance to find out more about some of the university courses and intiatives for digital folks up there.
    Suffice to say, I was very impressed by what I discovered, the people I met and the energy involved. Funny how different bits of the country are so unaware of each other.

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