Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Slow blogging born in Canada


I wasn't surprised when I read an article in the
The New York Times, Blogging at a Snail's Pace, that the slow blogging movement originated in Canada. Yup, a Vancouver techno-guy by the name of Todd Sieling got the slow blog ball rolling with his manifesto titled Slow Blog.

After all, the 100 Mile Diet's roots are in British Columbia. If you're not familiar with this foodie lifestyle, it's a subset of the Slow Food Movement that originated in Italy and gradually made its way to North America.

I am not a slow blogger, by any stretch of the imagination. I write three blogs on a regular basis:

Whidbey Island Life - Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Seattle Travel Examiner - examiner.com


Closet Canuck - the one you're reading now

I'm a manic blogger.


Headquarters of my blogging operation
Photo by Sue Frause

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