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Poll: Do you have a blog?
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Interlangue (X)
Angola
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Other Feb 10, 2011

"No", not that I would like one, not that they are a waste of time, just plain "no", no further comment.

 

Adnan Özdemir  Identity Verified
Turkey
Local time: 10:59
Member (2007)
German to Turkish
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Yes I have 1 :) tambien. Feb 10, 2011

Yes, I have. Proz.com (Turkish ''Prozköy'') Turkish forum is my blog.icon_biggrin.gif Thank you very much Proz.com (''Prozköy''). I love you very very muchicon_wink.gif


Saludos desde Anatolia
Anadolu'dan selamlar

[Edited at 2011-02-10 08:35 GMT]


 

Mary Worby  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
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Indeed Feb 10, 2011

Interlangue wrote:

"No", not that I would like one, not that they are a waste of time, just plain "no", no further comment.


I was just popping in to say the same thing!


 

Miroslav Jeftic  Identity Verified
Local time: 08:59
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No Feb 10, 2011

I don't have, but I do enjoy reading some, mostly about sports though, not translation.icon_smile.gif

 

Neil Cross
United Kingdom
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Member (2006)
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Agree Feb 10, 2011

Interlangue wrote:

"No", not that I would like one, not that they are a waste of time, just plain "no", no further comment.


Exactly. Why do the answers to these polls so often contain implicit value judgements? I'm neither pro nor anti-blog. Just ain't got oneicon_smile.gif


 

kpi  Identity Verified
Local time: 08:59
Member (2004)
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My thoughts exactly! Feb 10, 2011

Neil Cross wrote:

Interlangue wrote:

"No", not that I would like one, not that they are a waste of time, just plain "no", no further comment.


Exactly. Why do the answers to these polls so often contain implicit value judgements? I'm neither pro nor anti-blog. Just ain't got oneicon_smile.gif


 

Sophie Dzhygir  Identity Verified
France
Local time: 08:59
Member (2007)
German to French
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Other Feb 10, 2011

No, but with another comment! icon_lol.gif
I like some and I find some are a waste of time, it depends on whether the author has someting interesting to tell or not. So as long as I don't have someting interesting to tell, I see no point in starting on just to follow the trend.


 

John Cutler  Identity Verified
Spain
Local time: 08:59
Spanish to English
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Other Feb 10, 2011

No, but I've considered it.

What keeps me from pursuing the idea is that I spend enough hours in front of the screen working. The last thing I want to do is spend my free time in front of my computer.

That being said, I have flirted with the idea of writing a blog on the subject of balcony/terrace gardening. It's one of my main hobbies and I know lots of other city dwellers who share it. I could spend hours writing about the tomatoes and cucumbers I grew last year and the ones I'm already day dreaming about for this coming spring and summer. Then, of course, there are the shubunkin goldfish I keep and the solar powered fountain I'll be setting up when the weather's warmer, as well as the onions and lettuce I'm going to plant this weekend... I have to stop or this could turn into my very first blog post! icon_smile.gif


 

Theo Bernards (X)  Identity Verified
France
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English to Dutch
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Other, too Feb 10, 2011

I don't have a blog because I am not one for such a constructive approach of sharing my views. I post quite a lot of comments on Proz and other sites, and I occasionally write an article, which is then also published on a translators platform (not Proz).

I read quite a few blogs occasionally and some are very interesting. But please spare us from the people who think their cat is so interesting that it warrants a blog. Get a picture book, or start a diary, please, not a blogicon_biggrin.gif.


 

Mami Yamaguchi  Identity Verified
Japan
Member (2008)
English to Japanese
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Someday Feb 10, 2011

I love eating too muchicon_smile.gif and am vaguely familiar with many recipes for lighter fare. So I hope to start weblog wirh my friends someday.

[Edited at 2011-02-10 08:59 GMT]


 
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Michael Harris  Identity Verified
Germany
Local time: 08:59
Member (2006)
German to English
What Feb 10, 2011

for? Other than that, with "Interlangue"

 

Noni Gilbert  Identity Verified
Spain
Local time: 08:59
Spanish to English
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Do you have the time? Feb 10, 2011

If I had, don't know if I would have one or not. Don't know either whether I am pro or anti blog. I read one or two on a regular basis because they keep me informed of the proceedings of a couple of organisations I belong to, and the information is relevant professionally.

 

Muriel Vasconcellos  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 23:59
Member (2003)
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This forum takes the place of a blog Feb 10, 2011

Don't we essentially use this space to sound off? It seems to serve the purpose, as much as any of us would have time for.

 
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