Advertisement The Stealth Blogging Primer by James Kendrick May 11, 2007 - 2:40 PM CST 16 Comments Tweet Share Post Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement 16 Comments Sumocat May 12th, 2007 I sense the “stealth blogging” entry on Wikipedia will get merged with the “slacking off” entry. ;P Kip May 11th, 2007 Nice post…wow, that must have been one hell of a boring meeting! Rodfather May 11th, 2007 Wow and I thought my inking was bad. Keep up the ink blogging though. It definitely adds flavor and personality to your posts. I also felt a sense of accomplishment translating it. Todd May 11th, 2007 How much were you paid to scribble that out? Another rule of stealth blogging- don’t brag about it if you were paid good money to sit in a meeting. alberto May 11th, 2007 Is there a typed transcript of the post? ;) Kevin C. Tofel May 11th, 2007 James will NEVER get caught….look how long he’s been writing the Fake Steve Jobs blog….oops..cat’s outta the bag. ;) Fernando May 11th, 2007 James, I really hope your clients (and/or meeting co-attendees) don’t read this site; then you are caught and not even the most sophisticated stealth blogging techniques can save you !!! James Kendrick May 11th, 2007 No, that’s how my ink looks everywhere, even on paper. Aaron May 11th, 2007 oof, is that how ink looks on a passive digitzer? Ctitanic May 11th, 2007 JK, no wonder you love Vista. Anyway, you forgot to mention one more rule. Keep your handwriting as unreadable as you can. (you are a good example of this rule) :) Jerad from Indiana May 11th, 2007 If Vista can recognize that, no wonder you love it so much! j/k, jk. My actual handwriting has improved since using a tablet. James Kendrick May 11th, 2007 Two words- delayed posting. Cheryl May 11th, 2007 Awesome ink blog post, bravo! :D You can tell it’s Friday… Frank McPherson May 11th, 2007 All good until someone reads your post on the public Internet and sees what you wrote and when you wrote it. James Kendrick May 11th, 2007 Hey, that is as neat as I can write. Chrisboff May 11th, 2007 The unwritten Rule: Write neatly so that your notes are legible. Comments are closed.