Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Writing about a Dot Com Mogul

How to make money online.

Interesting blog.
I found a lot of explanations I always wanted to know and never had the chance to read.
It is well structured and helps the reader to find what he is looking for without any hassle.
You can begin with the Top Posts that, as John says, "These posts received the most views, reactions or comments. They are also generally just plain good. Rather than having you surf through the entire blog to pick out the best bits of information, Top Posts make my best posts available on this page. I will be adding to it as more posts qualify for top posts status."
That means you can go back and find something new soon.

Who is John Chow?
I do not know him.
He lives in Vancouver and I live in Italy.
I have no chance to meet him, but I can have an idea how he is by what he writes and I bet he is willing to read what I think of him.

When bloggers talk to us about others they are usually dull. When they talk to us about ourselves they are nearly always interesting, and if one could shut them up, when they become wearisome, as easily as one can shut up a book of which one has grown wearied, they would be perfect absolutely.

Well, here is what I have to say.
First I have the impression he is a very nice guy.
Coming from a printing company and realizing the world was bigger than the place where he worked.
Life is what you make out of it or at least what you try to make out of it.
And he was good because he was able to fulfill his goals.
"On April 1999, I started a little technology site call The TechZone. That site has risen to become one of the largest hardware tech sites on the net. Currently the site has over 10,000 pages and gets over 200,000 page views per day. "

But what I like best:

"Besides taking care of the day to day business at The Tech Zone, I can be seen riding my bike around Vancouver, working out at Fitness World or climbing Grouse Mountain. I am best known for his famous quote “My World! My Rules!” and “Oh well.”
That tells me he still has his feet on the ground and life for him comes first than profit.

So, this was a paid comment John, but something I liked to write.
I think I will go often to your blog.

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