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1 year later – the Ego blogs on…

I can’t believe I have already been a year. I started with project with an entry called My first entry was call The Ego is Blogging and it took a look at what doing something like this really is – nothing more than a digital temple to my ego and the hope that someone would care about what I have to say. It is a bit scary putting yourself out there and hoping what are doing connects with someone. I have to say that this has been a fantastic experience and it turned out better than I ever thought it could. I have been amazed and humbled by the number of people who care about what I have to say and how many of you take the time to email me saying you like what I am doing. I want to sincerely thank all of you for your time and interest. I would love to hear from you when you find work you love, work you hate or if you have any ideas about what you would like to see more of here.

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