Copyblogger Weekly Wrap: Week of May 16, 2011

Copyblogger Weekly Wrap: Week of May 16, 2011

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  1. That’s strange, I was under the impression that the fifth horseman was Chaos – he left before they got famous and now he goes under the name of Ronald Soak, dairyman in Ankh-Morpork (See Thief of Time, by Terry Pratchett.

  2. It’s the morning of May 22nd here and everything looks normal. Phew! Now I can catch up on Copyblogger.

    Thanks for the cool links, also. I really enjoyed the strategic storytelling article.

  3. Good lead-in but I feel you may have wasted them.

    After all the REAL apocalypse is supposed to happen in 2012 this one was a hoax.

    Anyway good articles this week 🙂

  4. Johnny,

    Thank you, once again, for your sense of humour. Your writing is like a breath of fresh air. You are one of my favorite writers and you bring joy into our lives. Seriously, when are you planning on writing for MAD magazine? Ever wondered about a gig on SNL? Your angle on issues/events would surely put a smile of joy on the faces of one and all. Please keep up the good work. Have a good one. Cheerio.

  5. Haha, I loved the tone of this article, very dry :). I’d read all of the articles from this week, and it was definitely a great weeks content. Almost a pity the world didn’t end as it would mean going out on a bang…

  6. I really like the way you describe finding your internal enemy and using that enemy’s power as a driver — using it to move yourself forward and establish my own authority. As its sounds good also it means good enough to try and do it however we want. Thanks for the good links.

  7. Thanks, Johnny, for all the great tips!

    All those people who had apocalypse parties were probably kinda hoping the world HAD ended on Saturday – that way, they wouldn’t have had to clean up. They must be SO disappointed….

  8. When reading the article about judging the book by its cover… I am totally guilty on the fact that I see things most of the time base on my first impression. Well why not this is the internet world and everything should always appear to be captivating even on the first glance.

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