This cracked me up:
Link care of Instapundit.
Add to this the Top Ten Lessons I Learned in 18 Months of Blogging:
1. Man does not live on bread alone but Google Adsense will do.
2. Politics in the blogosphere is as bad as the politicians bloggers write about.
3. Blogging cliques, anyone?
4. Accept the fact that your writing quality suffers if you aim to post everyday.
5. Unless you’re paid to sit on your ass like what those probloggers do.
6. “Just because I don’t leave a comment doesn’t mean I don’t read your blog (or else you’ll be getting 276 comments in one day, ugh!)”
7. You don’t always have to believe site statistics. What led you to believe you can trust some bloggers’ site statistics?
8. There are insecure peeps who think that linkbacks are as precious as the availability of water in the Sahara and therefore will do their darn best to deprive you of it.
9. Good writing and good manners need not go together (as manifested by some bloggers who don’t have the courtesy of responding to your emails)
10. Not all bloggers want to be in the limelight, even if they bore you to death with all those family pictures.