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6/21/2006
03:08 PM
Mitch Wagner
Mitch Wagner
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To See Ourselves As Others See Us

Holy cow! This is me she's talking about here: A few weeks ago Jon and I gave an interview to an IT magazine for an article about accidental entrepreneurship. They wanted to know how this website now pays our mortgage... Read on for more about what it's like to be interviewed by me for an article, and then visited by an InformationWeek photographer. Note that the blo

Holy cow! This is me she's talking about here:

A few weeks ago Jon and I gave an interview to an IT magazine for an article about accidental entrepreneurship. They wanted to know how this website now pays our mortgage...

Read on for more about what it's like to be interviewed by me for an article, and then visited by an InformationWeek photographer.

Note that the blog post is pretty raunchy, so if you're likely to be offended, it's best to just not follow the link. As a matter of fact, it starts getting raunchy right after the part I quoted.

The article referenced here is currently penciled in for the July 3 issue. I finished it last night and I think it's pretty darn good, if I do say so myself. It's about people who turned their online hobbies into their livelihoods.

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