Thursday, June 07, 2007

How Did You Become a Blogger?

How did you become a blogger or a reader of blogs? Share your story here.

If it is really good you might even win a waffle breakfast.

Wherever I am, my blog turns towards Eretz Yisrael


Anonymous said...

There are two things that I always take from this blog. Interesting story and an appetite for waffles.

Anonymous said...

Last summer while surfing for war news, Jameel was the most up to date and accurate source, so I stuck with him and the rest is history, I became hooked. I read every day.

Anonymous said...

I like to tell stories, and reading treppenwitz gave me the idea of a blog as a vehicle

The Maggid of B.

Avromi said...

I was off for two weeks last summer before my camp job began, and I said to my brother: why don't we start writing on the daily Daf, and give everyone a chance to contribute a little? Daf Yomi was always about a "togetherness among Klal Yisroel." Having a Daf Yomi site where people can "chap" a bite of learning during lunch or by a break, thus inspiring them throughout the day was something special that we wanted to be a part of. We have regular Daf Yomi learners who visit daily and we have those that are interested in certain specific topics. We even have people that drop by who are not currently studying, but enjoy and are interested in the issues discussed. The blogger community (including Jameel) is extremely helpful for us amateurs, who were not trained in html codes, widgets and trackbacks. We thank everyone and we hope you all enjoy the Daf Notes. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

There is a link in the post that leads people to the place in which they should respond.

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