Holyday is very nice - I love being with my family 24/7 swimming and playing
¶ 4:01 PM
Damn man... i've been reading your blog for quite some time, and i find it interesting. But i gotta say one thing, you should really consider a spellchecker of some kind, as your posts contains alot of 5th grade kind of english spelling errors.
# posted by Morten Bøgeskov : 10:09 PM, June 16, 2005
Honestly, who has time to worry about spellchecking? Obsessing with proper spelling is so 1969 pre-online vanity.
Morten Bøgeskov DOESN'T judge a book by the cover. You'd know that if you read his comment properly. He'd just wish Morten would spell more carefully so he can read his brilliant blog without annoyance.
Thanx all Im flattered like a teen getting first compliment - that u even have an opinion. My spelling problem is is kind of dual - a] Im not a natural born speller 2] Im way more focused on productiveness the spelling - and I dont come my hair every morning - i rather use the time with mmy fam or blogging or adding value to some of my iwn or my friends busieness & ideas... sorry for the typos - they will keep comming - but I will try to do better
Actually I feel a lot different about this. I started reading this blog in the beginning of December 2004 and I have to be honest with you, back then I also hated the way Morten (Lund) just ignored english spelling and grammar.
But after reading the blog for a while I realized that I wouldn't judge a person by his language if he was smart and intelligent (in other means) if I was having a real conversation. And isn't that what blogging is about? Having conversations, and acting like Morten does - just focusing on productivity and somewhat ignoring spelling and grammar. You can always correct an entry if you feel like it - after it has been written.
I understand that Morten would like to enhance his spelling, and all blogging platforms should have built-in spellcheckers, but until then I recommend Ordbogen.com - it's pretty cheap and I use it every time there's an english word I can't remember how to spell, but do remember how to pronounce.