Entry #25: Keeping On Truckin'

Last modified on July 26th, 2008

Well, ladies and gents, we just passed the halfway mark over here. I have to say, writing 24 blog entries has turned out to be more difficult than I imagined. I managed to close my eyes for a few minutes there are recharge my batteries slightly, but I’m currently in this weird groggy limbo that is making it hard to write anything.

For those of you arriving here on the day shift, welcome. Please browse the pages and visit all 24 entries so far. As you know, I am doing this 24 blogging marathon to support the Union Gospel Mission. If you are a reader and wouldn’t mind supporting their cause, then please head on over to lend some support. The only way these blogathons are a success is if we’re able to raise some money for charities such as the Union Gospel Misson.

I’m once again going to be on the lookout for exciting articles to post about. If you see or read anything, please feel free to pass it my way.

This entry was written for Blogathon 2008, and in support of the Union Gospel Mission charity. If you’d like to donate to the cause, please visit the blogathon donation page and fill out the form near the middle. You can also follow the blogathon RSS feed for this site by clicking here.

6 responses to “Entry #25: Keeping On Truckin'”

  1. Raul says:

    You mentioned you don’t like de.licio.us? Cause if you’re on delicious I can tag some stuff for ya.

    I have a post coming up on how to pitch to high traffic bloggers (and you, my friend, have some freaking great traffic!)

  2. Duane Storey says:

    I don’t mind it. I just find posting to del.icio.us cumbersome. But yah, feel free to post a few things there for me. Thanks.

  3. John says:

    You can do it!

  4. Tara says:

    Keep up the good work! I’m only 11 entries in so I’ve got a ways to go yet. I’m thinking daylight hours today won’t be bad. Once the sun goes down tonight, I’m going to be dragging and hard-pressed to find any topics.

  5. Duane Storey says:

    Yah, at around 2am the traffic started to die down and it was a bit dull writing entries that not many people were reading.

  6. Kevan G. says:

    The night shift at Blogathon Vancouver: insomniac philanthropsists are our target market! 🙂

    Way to go, Duane. A brilliant initiative that continues to be a lot of fun to watch.

    If you’re looking for more resources to blog about, check out UGM’s blog, The Street. We keep it fresh with stories from our front-line workers, and hope that we can be a new kind of voice in the Vancouver blogging community.

    Keep it up!

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