I am Not a Blogger

August 14, 2006 - Get free updates of new posts here

I am a diarist, documentor, writer, entrepreneur, friend, yopo, comedian but not a blogger. I have been doing this for 6 years. I suck at writing. This is not my job.

diary

Anyone can write. It takes dedication to be a writer.

stephen king


Anyone can play an instrument and speak.
It takes talent to be a professional musician.

michael jackson

I am just a guy with way too much time and ideas, who tries to write interesting things and love hearing what people think. Please don’t call me a blogger. I am not sure why it bugs me but I guess it lumps me with others. I want to be a special unicorn:)

a special unicorn

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10 responses to “I am Not a Blogger

  1. Eric A. Reply

    Hahaha, I love it, the first post in your Related Posts section is “Noah the College Blogger”. Oh man, I needed a good Monday morning laugh, thanks Noah.

  2. Victoria Reply

    I sent a friend request to Gayforunicorns on Myspace, but I was DENIED. Oh, woe is me.

    Is that your Hello Kitty journal?! I used to have the exact same one! 🙂

  3. noah kagan Reply

    not sure why it bothers me. it was funny cause that was the title i was introduced with a few weeks ago. i guess i want my “tombstone” to be a thought leader, entrepreneur or something beyond maintaining a web log…

  4. Victoria Reply

    I don’t think it’s a bad thing at all, but I think I understand what you’re getting at.

    It kinda reminds me of a woman not wanting to be known just for “being a good mother”. Anyone can do that, right? Anyone can be a good friend too. So what?

    There’s often so much more to the many roles that people play, whether or not society values them as being worthy of recognition or evidence of success. When it really comes down to it, the titles mean absolutely nothing.

    You, Noah Kagan, are putting your thoughts and ideas out there on the line for the world to consume (sometimes consume and spit back out… to each his own), and you may not believe it, but you are making a difference… One reader at a time.