Joz on Blogs in the NY Times

Our very own Joz gets quoted next to the likes of Tony Pierce and Jeff Jarvis in this New York Times story on blogging:

Jocelyn Wang, a 27-year-old marketing manager in Los Angeles, started her blog, a chronicle of whatever happens to pop into her head (www.jozjozjoz.com), 18 months ago as an outlet for boredom.

Now she spends at least four hours a day posting to her blog and reading other blogs. Ms. Wang’s online journal is now her life. And the people she has met through the blog are a large part of her core of friends.

“There is no real separation in my life,” she said. Like Mr. Wiggins, Ms. Wang blogs while on vacation. She stays on floors at the Hotel Nikko in San Francisco with access to a free Internet connection. (“So I can blog,” she explains.)

One Reply to “Joz on Blogs in the NY Times”

  1. For the record, I should say that blogging is not the be all, end all of my life (as the article implies.)

    When I say there is “no separation” I just mean that blogging has become an integral part of my life.

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