Some people just have a different way of looking at things. Jonathan Vehar, senior partner at New and Improved, a consulting company that creates innovation teams, has just tiptoed into the world of blogs and sent us this message:
Fun to participate in the blog...my first one. However, now that I have, I wonder about the language. To wit:
-- If you write lots and lots because you are in flow, are you on a blog-roll?
-- Conversely, if you have writers block, is that a blog-jam?
-- If you are spoken of negatively in a blog, are you blog-geoned?
-- When you're inputting your blog into your computer, are you blogotyping?
-- If you're writing your blog with a poetic metre, is that a blog-a-rhythm?
-- If you disagree with someone's comments are you at bloggerheads?
-- If Star Trek's Mr. Spock wrote one, would it be blogical?
-- If you try to keep people from seeing someone's site, is that a blog-ckade?
-- If a military planner wrote one, would it be about blogistics?
-- If it's about American football, is it a blog and tackle? Or is that for topics regarding fishing?
-- When it's represented by a artistically-designed symbol, is it called a blogo?
-- If your writing is marked by excessive and incoherent wordiness, are you suffering from blogorrhea?
-- If it's uninteresting, is it a blahg?
-- And, if it's really popular, is it a blogbuster?
Inquiring minds want to know!!
So, now that Jonathan has us launched, what blog words can you come up with? Add your suggestions in the comments section below.