Bill Drummond, of the KLF, sold more records in 1992 than any other British act, a fete that even Oasis haven't achieved. Anyhoo, that ought to be his brand and his reputation, but instead, he is a money burner, that's his brand. Despite all the rest of his ventures, that's the that's attached to his name now.
So it was I wandered through the bloggers meetup last night, and I was the naked chicks on post-it notes guy. My years of dry-humping the indiepop and local bands music scene with Last Night From Glasgow, Glasgow Indie Eyespy, Last Night From Glasgow Indie Eyespy, it all counts for nothing compared to the damned post-it notes.
It wouldn't be so bad if it was noble or lucrative. But alas, it shuns me from the norm at these things, and has jaded my view of blogging.
I was going to do a rundown of all the blogs and bloggers I chatted to last night, I've got them in a window to the left, in a spreadsheet with their technorati ranks and authorities. I ought to keep that to myself.