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The WelchWrite Blogs and Podcasts

As I was chatting with some folks on Talkshoe the other night, I found out that people who read one of the WelchWrite Blogs, or listen to one of the WelchWrite Podcasts, might not know about the other blogs and podcasts that I do.

In an effort to expose you to all the WelchWrite.com has to offer, here is a list of the four blogs and podcasts currently available. Maybe there is something here that might also interest you.

My Word LogoMy Word with Douglas E. Welch

A catch-all blog and podcast which highlights Los Angeles Events, Podcasting, and any neat thing that catches my eye.



My Word LogoA Gardener's Notebook

Come and join me in my garden!

Gardening information, audio podcasts, instructional videos and more.



My Word LogoCareer Opportunities: Helping to Build the Career You Deserve

This is the web home of my career column, now entering its 12 year and the podcast, now over 350 episodes.



My Word LogoTechnologyIQ

Control your technology, don't let it control you!

The new home for technology info -- moving these items out of My Word. Technology-related blog posts, audio podcasts and audio recordings of my twice-monthly Internet Seminars at my local library.

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