Don’t let your mum know what you’re blogging about

I really think I got a brainstorm.  Here's a comment I posted over on this post at a really nice blog, Show & Tell.  (I really love the blog's banner too.)

Ok, I've been thinking about blogging about things you don't want other people, whom you know in real life, to know about.  Primarily because that's one of my blogging problems.  And I think I came up with a pretty nice way solution. What about writing a short sentence like, Note that this post may be complete fiction – although it may as well contain some pieces of truth, or not?

What do you think? In this way, the reader does not know whether what you're writing about is a true thing that happened or whether it's straight from your mind! The only snag: you do have to write from time to time.

 I think that's a damn cool solution to a heck of a lot of problems.


2 Responses to “Don’t let your mum know what you’re blogging about”

  1. 1 fenster 31 May, 2006 at 9:06 pm

    That is so very true. I don’t really worry so much about my family – I think nothing but the best of them and if I have something to say, I eventually say it – but about my job. Much as I’d love to rant about it or customers at times, I’m well-aware that they follow up what people say about them online, and would surely take a dim view of employees ranting.

    Ah well.

  1. 1 Hotlink caller ringtones Trackback on 2 September, 2006 at 5:33 am

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