A couple months back, Dustbury wrote about Norm Geras, who died in October of prostate cancer, again belying the narrative that no one dies from it; my father did.
Stolen from normblog
Chaz wrote: “In the online community, however, he may be best remembered for the normblog profile, in which he sent four dozen or so questions to leading bloggers and asked them to answer any thirty of their choice.” Here is a list of all the hundreds of bloggers who answered the call.
I had opted to answer the questions that Norm posed to Dustbury that Chaz deigned to answer.
Well, except that the next day, Chaz wrote Norm’s instructions:
“Please NB that you should not answer all 50 questions, but (as requested on the document itself) just 30 of them — enabling you to select those questions most congenial to you and leave out any that aren’t.”
Chaz added: “The wisdom of this practice really didn’t dawn on me until I’d submitted my answers, when I realized that this was how Norm knew what you really valued above all else.” Which means I’m going to chuck *Which English Premiership football team do you support? since it is NOT in my area of expertise.
But I will add some questions answered by John Green, but NOT by Dustbury, just because.
*Why do you blog?
Therapy is too expense.
*What has been your best blogging experience?
Getting comments about my grandfather, who died in 1980, years after I wrote about him.
*What has been your worst blogging experience?
Some haranguing guy at my Times Union blog who was complaining every day about something I wrote.
*What would be your main blogging advice to a novice blogger?
Find a schedule and try to stick with it. Once a week or twice a day, but be consistent. Three posts in a day, then nothing for three days isn’t as good as once a day.
*What are you reading at the moment?