dooce

I wanted to be like her in a way. I wanted to write about my life like she wrote about hers—in a way that people found interesting.  I loved her take on her life, the lens she saw it through.  I loved her words, her drawl, her cadences.  She was droll and quirky.  She was … Continue reading dooce

Sneezers

I just got finished reading dooce’s blog account of her nightmare with trying to get her Maytag washer fixed. Dooce is what Seth Godin would call a “sneezer.”  Sneezers spread idea viruses.  Sneezers let people know when they like things, and when they don’t, and sneezers have A LOT OF INFLUENCE.  When they recommend a … Continue reading Sneezers