Comments on: Thank You Fellow Bloggers Meme! http://brendanmcphillips.com/thank-you-fellow-bloggers-meme/ Spiritual & Personal Growth Sun, 07 May 2006 10:41:29 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.0 by: Lorelle on WordPress » Thank a Blogger Today http://brendanmcphillips.com/thank-you-fellow-bloggers-meme/#comment-47 Fri, 10 Mar 2006 12:43:35 +0000 http://brendanmcphillips.com/thank-you-fellow-bloggers-meme/#comment-47 [...] Brendan McPhillips has bravely offered his “Thank You Fellow Bloggers Meme” as an example to others of how grateful we should be towards those who helped us get here. [...] […] Brendan McPhillips has bravely offered his “Thank You Fellow Bloggers Meme” as an example to others of how grateful we should be towards those who helped us get here. […]

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by: Lorelle http://brendanmcphillips.com/thank-you-fellow-bloggers-meme/#comment-46 Wed, 08 Mar 2006 13:56:55 +0000 http://brendanmcphillips.com/thank-you-fellow-bloggers-meme/#comment-46 Wow! This is wonderful. Inspiring. And humbling. Okay, and a little embarrassing. Thank you for the kind words. It is very important that we spread the "good word" as well as our opinions and whines in our blogs. You've set a prime example. We need to be thankful for the people who put so much time and effort into giving us the benefit and freedom to blog, and often for free. The <a href="http://codex.wordpress.org/" rel="nofollow">WordPress Codex</a> is one that deserves a ton of thanks. Hundreds and hundreds of documents all written for free by people who learned a little and knew how to explain it to others and by those who are experts in their field but still willing to share what they know - all for free. All for love. These people enjoy working with WordPress and wanted to give something back to the WordPress Community. And what sharing! What altruism! They do this all without recognition or publicity. Anonymous documentation that helps to make WordPress better every day. My thanks goes to them for creating a continuing and living manual for WordPress. You've started something here! Watch out! Wow! This is wonderful. Inspiring. And humbling. Okay, and a little embarrassing. Thank you for the kind words.

It is very important that we spread the “good word” as well as our opinions and whines in our blogs. You’ve set a prime example. We need to be thankful for the people who put so much time and effort into giving us the benefit and freedom to blog, and often for free.

The WordPress Codex is one that deserves a ton of thanks. Hundreds and hundreds of documents all written for free by people who learned a little and knew how to explain it to others and by those who are experts in their field but still willing to share what they know - all for free. All for love. These people enjoy working with WordPress and wanted to give something back to the WordPress Community.

And what sharing! What altruism! They do this all without recognition or publicity. Anonymous documentation that helps to make WordPress better every day.

My thanks goes to them for creating a continuing and living manual for WordPress.

You’ve started something here! Watch out!

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by: Paul Stamatiou http://brendanmcphillips.com/thank-you-fellow-bloggers-meme/#comment-45 Wed, 08 Mar 2006 04:42:02 +0000 http://brendanmcphillips.com/thank-you-fellow-bloggers-meme/#comment-45 Whoa, that's a mighty comprehensive list you've got there. Glad I could be of help. Whoa, that’s a mighty comprehensive list you’ve got there. Glad I could be of help.

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