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  • Death by blogging

    by Rumbold
    8th April, 2008 at 1:12 pm    

    The deaths of two American bloggers has been blamed partly on the amount of time they spent updating their blogs and dealing with other blog-related matters:

    “Fatal heart attacks suffered by Russell Shaw, 60, and Marc Orchant, 50 - two prolific technology bloggers - as well as the case of another, Om Malik, 41, who survived a cardiac arrest in December, were cited by The New York Times. Many obsessive bloggers complain of weight fluctuation, insomnia and exhaustion. “There is no official diagnosis of death by blogging, and the premature demise of two people obviously does not qualify as an epidemic,” said the newspaper.”

    Watch out Sunny.

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    Reactions: Twitter, blogs

    1. Sunny — on 8th April, 2008 at 6:02 pm  

      hahaha!! that is probably the most likely way I’ll get sniffed out.

    2. rupahuq — on 11th April, 2008 at 1:15 pm  

      Nothing really new there is there? It’s as old as time itself. Lonely blokes spending time on pursuits indoors largely requiring one hand for action..

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