Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Okay, Who Was It???

So today I get an e-mail from someone telling me they saw my blog mentioned in an article on USA Today.   

Curious, I asked what article he was looking at.

He came back and told me it had something to do with "Jon and Kate Plus 8" being faked and talking about Kate's sisters blog and I guess the author of the article mentioned my blog because they are one of my readers.

So the question is:  Which one of you fools is writing about me in USA Today and not letting me know?  I love seeing my name in print (I'll blog about the MSNBC post* soon).

Just let me know in the comments or drop me a line at TheOfficeScribe@yahoo.com because I spent an hour trying to track down this article with no luck.  So seeing as how Google failed me I need your help.

And to anyone else that wants to write about me, that is cool, just let me know.  I like to print things off for my mom to hang on her fridge.

~The Office Scribe

* Oh yeah, I was interviewed by MSNBC.com.  I didn't mention that?  Hmm.  Imagine that...


Scrappy Doo said...

tried to help no luck. sorry
msnbc HUH?? Cool

Bee said...

I tried too and failed. In what post did you talk about them? I'm sure you googled the link, right? That is awesome and at the same time frustrating since you can't even read the article.

The Office Scribe said...

Bee, that's the thing, I didn't write about them. Apparently the person who wrote the article was talking about blogs and reads mine and mentioned it. I am hoping they come back and settle this for me. because I am way past confused...

Anonymous said...


By Eve Tahmincioglu
msnbc.com contributor
updated 9:50 a.m. CT, Mon., May 25, 2009

Eve Tahmincioglu

The blogosphere has begun to chronicle a disturbing phenomenon in offices around the country — endless stretches of uninhabited desks and cubicles where friends and colleagues used to sit.

"I was wandering around the office, as I tend to do when I need to look busy but need a break, and I noticed that we have a lot of empty cubicles around," writes Office Scribe in her Asleep Under My Desk blog recently. "... I think we need to start renting these empty cubicles out. I made a crack on my way back from lunch how we need a doctor who can see patients in one of the cubicles."

Even though she’s trying to joke about it, Office Scribe admits she’s bummed out by the emptiness.

Anonymous said...

I found it scribe- here

it wasnt the jon and kate article, i got the articles running together in ma head....

Anonymous said...

Okay....did that freak you out, or what?