I heard about Squidoo over a month ago; closer to two months, actually. I checked out the site and decided it looked like too much work. Later, I decided it wasnâ€™t too much work, but I didnâ€™t have anything written down.
Yesterday afternoon I decided to just go for it. So hereâ€™s my Squidoo lens, with more lenses planned. To find out more about Squidoo, click here (this is a PDF).
It took me four painstaking hours to come up with that little bit of text. But now that Iâ€™ve done it, I can do it again! Itâ€™s not that itâ€™s fun, but itâ€™s sort of like creating an instant Web site without all the coding. I can think of all sorts of topics I want to Squidoo about (I donâ€™t know what the actual verb would be).
I havenâ€™t played much with this Web 2.0 stuff (beyond blogging) but this first experience was great. Next time, I hope I can get my lens up in just a couple hours.
If anyone else has created a Squidoo lens, let me know!
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Same here, I’m quite new to making lenses in Squidoo. There is a lot of web 2.0 web sites out there, and I also want to try them.
How can some one get a autographed copy of your books?
Right now while I’m traveling, you can’t. Carrying around a stock of books is too heavy and the logistics of mailing books around the country/world just won’t work. Autographs will be available again after I settle back down, just like they were before!
Thanks for asking!
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