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Today seems to be the day to blog about blogging and social media! Darin Hammond posted this great article about being a resistance blogger. Based on much of what he outlines here, I do try to create TechCommGeekMom as a "power blog". I’m sure I have days that I hit that mark, and days that I miss the mark. But I do try to explain what i see and my genuine reaction to things as a human being. I never stop thinking that there’s so much more for me to learn, and that it will take forever for me to catch up with those who have been more deeply involved in technical communications for a longer period of time than I have been. I know there are plenty of tech comm experts who are the nicest people to talk to, yet they induce sheer terror in me by the intimidating amount of knowledge they have over me, mostly from experience alone. All I can do is learn, and I’m sure there are others like me who feel the same way, so we can commiserate together.
Read Darin’s article. At the end, he provides a link to a group on Google+ called the Resistance Bloggers, of which I’m a member. It’s a good group of people sharing a variety of ideas. Be sure to check it out if you think you fit the bill of being a "power blogger" after reading this article.
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