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Why?

I always tell people not to create their own blogs unless they are willing to make a commitment to writing frequent (and hopefully meaningful) entries.

But as I slog through the social networking world, and try one program or website after another, it has struck me that my observations might be useful for others. So here I am.

My plan is to write thoughts about what I’m finding on the web, and also start to write about some of the experiences I’ve had over a very long career. So, after this post, my next one will be a short story about “cut and paste.”

BTW, nobody calls me Wally anymore, but there’s someone special to me who invented “Wally’s Follies” a long time ago, and it has kind of a nice ring to it.


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  1. James Boyer says

    Walt, I just wanted to thank you for your guidance given at the recent CPC Seminar. Before implementing a number of your strategies searching my name using Google was a true exercise in futility. After implementation I found myself accessible from a lofty position on page two; and there are a few of me out there. Thanks again.

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