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Having Profiles All Over | Kella Campbell
So it seems that we're expected to have profiles all over the place, for this and that. I seriously think I could spend all my time updating here and there, if I tried to do them all, and I'd never actually get to writing. No, thank you. But for a writer, it's apparently important to be out there — to be findable, to have a presence. Mind you, I'm not really at that stage yet, since I've only recently had my first acceptance for a print anthology, and the only story I'd previously had published was in an online magazine which has sadly since gone dark (the excellent 10Flash, which was edited by K.C. Ball). Still, presence. How do you do that and stay sane? It's about all I can manage to blog occasionally and post the odd remark on Twitter or Facebook, maybe go +1 a few things on G+ if I'm feeling energetic. So today I stumbled across something called about.me — here's my brand-new profile — and decided to give it a go. Why? Because it's essentially static. See, it struck me that the