Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Shedworking selected as a Blogs of Note

Those very clever, goodlooking and discerning folk at Blogger (which powers Shedworking) have very kindly named Shedworking as today's entry in their Blogs of Note which they describe as "Interesting and noteworthy Blogger-powered blogs, compiled by the Blogger Team". If you've come here via this mention, welcome to Shedworking and please draw up a chair and have a good browse around.

21 comments:

  1. that's actually really cool! Well done! Considering that 2,343,692 people start a blog every minute, you are are stunningly singular, statistically speaking!

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  2. Congrats on achieving the Blogs of Note status. Your blog is full of interest - I love it. I shall save to favs.

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  3. Well done Alex another shedstone reached...

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  4. .....sometimes......i talk to strangers.

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  5. Really well done!!

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  6. You must be really pleased!

    Congratulations!

    It's almost as extraordinary as having a blog about sheds!

    Esther

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  7. Anonymous6:00 PM

    Nice. I live in a shed.
    Eat, sleep, work, play. Music, television, computer, drawing board, paint....
    And it's good to be so close to nature.
    You only live in one room at a time.

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  8. Anonymous7:23 PM

    You will get a silly amount of hits now

    Enjoy

    GM

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  9. A blog about sheds. That might be the most uniquest and most awesomest idea in the world.

    Bamboo.

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  10. Well, of course congratulations Alex; it's well-deserved.

    Now, I think it's about time for the rest of us to do our part. Alex faithfully brings us daily thoughts, examples and musings on shedworking. But to take his efforts to the next level, I think he needs our help. Most of his wonderful posts receive no comments or just the occasional one-or-two responses. Are we just taking without giving? While one man, like Alex, can do a great job of revealing the shedworking world, a true and complete discussion and examination of the aesthetics and ramifications of this phenomenon requires the input and opinion of many. I challenge all Shedworking readers, myself included, to help Alex produce the best blog online by regularly contributing thoughts and comments. Really, it's easy and only takes a few moments.

    Best Regards to all.....Bill Kratz

    P.S. Alex, feel free to post this challenge in a more conspicuous spot if you would like.

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  11. Well done you! Well deserved. And I see you got the Fork and Monkey, too!

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  14. As a writer whose desk sits in a pitifully ugly part of a real basement with crumbling brick walls, bad lighting and pipes overhead, I can only say these sheds have me green with envy. I particularly love the post about Mark Twain's shed. I've heard they are also sometimes known as follies. Thanks for the great site. You can visit me at Two Kinds of People.

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  15. glad i checked your site! congrats on being a Blog of Note for the day!

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  16. I love this blog man! Great job!

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    I find really interesting the subject and the contents.
    Thank you


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