Encourage Amy to Blog

I love it when my wife Amy blogs.  She’s an amazing writer and has a much wider range of intellectual interests than me.  I often refer to her as my personal CD-ROM; whenever I need information on something, I ask her.  I find her to be much more accurate and comprehensive than Wikipedia.

She put up a new Wordle this morning.  This is her tag cloud from delicious.

WordleOct1

I love the juxtaposition of some of these topics, including Palin / feminism, ClimateChange / entrepreneurship / education, and ethics / science / corruption.

  • Jud Valeski

    My spouse is an incredible writer, but I can't get her to blog either.

  • http://justinhileman.info/blog justin hileman

    Amy's blog asks me for my Twitter credentials. That's prob'ly not a good idea :)

    • http://www.feld.com Brad Feld

      That's strange. Try clicking through amy.feld.com

    • http://www.komar.org/ alek

      Ditto here – I've seen the login screen before when you link over.

      Remember that not everyone in the world is a-twitter … ;-)

      P.S. And yes, I tried hitting amy.feld.com also – same thing.

      • http://www.feld.com Brad Feld

        Ah – I get what’s going on. She’s using the TypePad Twitter plugin which much be requesting a twitter login. If you aren’t logged in or don’t have a twitter account (hence aren’t logged in) you get the login in screen. If you hit cancel, the page loads fine. I’ll try to figure out how to fix it.

        • http://www.feld.com Brad Feld

          Crud – I can't figure it out. Oh well.

  • Adil

    “Technology” tag is nowhere in the sight.

  • mike dunn

    my wife started blogging after years of bugging from me & she is much better at it than me, more regular and diverse topics as well – http://theteakettlecorner.blogspot.com/

  • http://w3w3.blogs.com/ Larry Nelson

    Brad, you are right…she is sharp and I know your parents think the world of her too. Amy got you to Boulder…maybe we should get her to come up with some other things you should be doing in the future.

  • Steve Bergstein

    I find the proximity of “atheism” to “Palin” to be even more amusing . . .

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/bfeld bfeld

    That's strange. Try clicking through amy.feld.com

  • Larry Nelson

    Brad, you are right…she is sharp and I know your parents think the world of her too. Amy got you to Boulder…maybe we should get her to come up with some other things you should be doing in the future.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/jud_valeski3968 jud_valeski3968

    My spouse is an incredible writer, but I can't get her to blog either.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/bfeld bfeld

    Ah – I get what’s going on. She’s using the TypePad Twitter plugin which much be requesting a twitter login. If you aren’t logged in or don’t have a twitter account (hence aren’t logged in) you get the login in screen. If you hit cancel, the page loads fine. I’ll try to figure out how to fix it.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/bfeld bfeld

    Crud – I can't figure it out. Oh well.

  • Adil

    "Technology" tag is nowhere in the sight.

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/steve_bergs2127 steve_bergs2127

    I find the proximity of "atheism" to "Palin" to be even more amusing . . .

  • http://intensedebate.com/people/glemak glemak

    my wife started blogging after years of bugging from me & she is much better at it than me, more regular and diverse topics as well – http://theteakettlecorner.blogspot.com/

  • justin hileman

    Amy's blog asks me for my Twitter credentials. That's prob'ly not a good idea :)

  • alek

    Ditto here – I've seen the login screen before when you link over.

    Remember that not everyone in the world is a-twitter … ;-)

    P.S. And yes, I tried hitting amy.feld.com also – same thing.