A few weeks ago, I read on DailyBlogTips a nice guest post by Joshua Clanton about blogging like a Klingon. Yes, you heard me right, blogging like a Star Trek Klingon. In his opinion “In the world of Star Trek, Klingons are known as a warrior people, formidable in battle, fierce in their passions, and concerned with honor above all. But the life of a Klingon has lessons for humans, even for that sedentary class known as bloggers. Here are three proverbs that can help you learn to blog the Klingon way“
If you think that was interesting, a few days ago, he came up with a second part of that post, bloging like a Vulcan. And believe it or not, everything he wrote there, makes complete sense, and like in the first post, he uses Vulcan proverbs to put blogging in perspective: “Of all the aliens in the Star Trek universe, Vulcans are probably the most well-known, thanks to Mr. Spock. Vulcans, by and large, are a people devoted to logic and suspicious of human emotionalism. As a result, they tend to be highly practical and place a great deal of trust in scientific methodology. Over the centuries, they have developed certain precepts to guide their thoughts and actions. Here are four which can be applied to blogging…”
The two posts can be reached by clicking on the appropriate image below, I suggest you read them, and think about them, and use them the best you can.
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Joshua Clanton is a freelance web designer who blogs about design, productivity, and creativity. He’s also quickly approaching his long-term goal of watching every Star Trek episode ever made.
The images were created by Eli from PhotoshopStar.
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