Apparently I have a few blog readers -- or, as Julia Powell would say, "bleaders." Not many at all, but a few check in every day. I don't advertise the site at all so I'm curious about how you found me. Leave a comment. Please.
I would like to put myself out there a little more but I need to be cautious with what I write so I don't compromise the perception of journalistic objectivity. Yes, I said perception. There's no such thing as true objectivity. Just ask (the ghost of) Walter Lippmann. But a little idealism never hurt any one, did it?
Apparently I have fans. Actual fans. It's very weird. They invited me to lunch today and then actually took out a camera to take my picture like I'm some sort of celebrity. One of them, who was dressed in a t-shirt, actually even said she should have worn a suit to the lunch. To meet me. So, yes, I'm letting this go to my head.
I should tell you that these are Twitter followers. My Twitter group is small but hardcore.
In other news ... apparently we're going to be doing more Web casting. I'm not quite sure how I feel about that. I don't like seeing myself on camera and I don't like being put on the spot. This is going to be LIVE! In a way that may be better than pre-recorded because then I'd keep doing retakes all day long. At least this way I can't overthink it. Well, I probably will overthink it anyway, but by then it will be too late.
I guess I'm becoming a brand.