Danger Of Blogging, Fame, and Stress

Published by • January 6th, 2008 RSS News Feed

There’s a very interesting story in the New York Times about the danger of blogging. It’s no

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secret that blogging is very time consuming and it can be a detriment to one’s health if bloggers aren’t careful.

I have a few stories to share about myself and the story below reminded me that I need to take care when embarking on this new world of ‘professional blogging’. I have a number of sites and the amount of stress can be overwhelming at times, I can’t imagine how much worse it’ll get when all of my blogs have the amount of traffic that my flagship blog does. (a second blog of mine is already threatening to do that)

GigaOM founder suffers from Heart Attack

Om Malik’s blog, GigaOm, regularly breaks news about the technology industry. Last week, the journalist turned blogger broke a big story about himself. Mr. Malik, 41, blogged that he had suffered a heart attack on Dec. 28.

“I was able to walk into the hospital for treatment that night and have been recovering here ever since,” Mr. Malik wrote. “With the support of my family and my team, I am on the road to a full recovery. I am going to be O.K.”

His heart attack — and his blogging about it — raises the issue of what happens when a blogger becomes a name brand.

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