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Thirsty like the wolf

I made a brief appearance last night at my first Meetup™ blog meetup, which happened to be in the same place as SOCHI's happy hour. There were quite a few familiar faces names blogs um... there were quite a few people there who have blogs that I've seen: Suds & Soliloquies (post about the meetup), Mark Maynard, 90% Crud, Vacuum, etc.

I'm not sure that I belong to the Ann Arbor School of weblogs. I'm not sure I belong to any school at all. Belonging to a school seems like such a commitment and like you have to share values and interests with people. I'm all about non-affiliation.

Ze srah, she is ze lone wolf. She will stop by your table in ze smoky bar of life and be humbled by your knowledge of techie bloggie stuff and Ann Arbor-area politics, but zen she will go and blog about her socks.

srah - Thursday, 17 March 2005 - 2:14 PM
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March 2005 Blogger Meetup Followup from ArborBlogs - March 18, 2005 11:07 AM

    It sounds like we geeked out too much at the Meetup and didn't engage people on the actual connections that blogging can lead to. I think that Mark and Dave are in the right, and it's unfortunate that the geeking out that we did overshadowed an attempt... [Read More]

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gravatar Mark Maynard - March 18, 2005 - 1:48 PM -

I feel bad now for making them (at least George) feel bad... Did you read the most recent post on the Arbor Blogs site? We were like a silent mob. We sat there, didn't say a thing, and then ran home and jumped them in cyber space, like a rival gang.

gravatar srah - March 18, 2005 - 3:31 PM -

:'( Sorry, George! We are quiet and we all thought we were alone in our ignorance!

I do like the idea of rival gangs in the Ann Arbor School of Weblogs, though. Can we sing and dance like in West Side Story? That's the best kind of gangs!

gravatar Pauly D - March 22, 2005 - 12:18 PM -

You know, I hadn't heard of this thing until I just read about it and so I went over there and set up an account in the hopes that I could (and I'm serious here) set up a Meetup for people who wanted to talk behind the backs of people they hate or who annoy them in their lives.

But unfortunately, the closest thing I could find (category wise) had to do with polygamy and vampires. Hmmph.

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