I bet Chris thought I had forgotten or didn’t notice being tagged 8 days ago. I was caught up with upgrade issues at the time, and then various news stories took priority.
1. What have you learned so far from visitors to your blog?
So many people visit my blog who are true specialists in their own field thus I can only answer “I have so much more to learn from my readers and community”
2. If someone would offer to pay for a course (or more) for you, what would that course be?
Some kind of CIA secret mind torture to improve my Polish grammar. If money really is no option I am still looking for a CTO / Seed Investor for a project.
3. Are you satisfied with what you’ve achieved in 2006, in general?
Can I start my year in October?
4. Has blogging changed your life or your personality in any way?
It makes a huge difference in retaining language skills. If I didn’t invest time reading and writing, I am sure I could no longer class myself fluent in my native language.
5. If you had the opportunity to meet one person that you admire the most in the world, who would that person be?
Other than the person signing the check to purchase my startup in a couple of years time?
I am going to say Alexander Krasniewski, the former Polish President. It isn’t a political decision in any way (I can’t vote here being an expat, so why even think about the turmoil), but he is one of the few Polish political figures who speaks fluent English, and my wife would like to meet his I am sure.
I am going to tag 5 people linking through to interesting articles – no obligation to carry this forward, though I found the questions thought provoking, and maybe your readers will also enjoy the answers.
Divya’s perspective on Social Media and the Reduced Importance of Search Engines
I am going to link to Rob, because it looks like he has a great MyBlogLog tracking tool that he is working on.
Here is a great post from Eric detailing how he has built up his blog traffic in just a couple of weeks… great content and social networking
I am going to link to Chris because he has a good long post all about linking with lots of examples. I agree with a lot of it other than my pet hate.. blogrolls.
I am going to end with Yaro Starak, who has written an excellent series of posts on blogging business models.