Everything I need to know about blogging I learned from Andrew Carnegie

My daughter, Mia Mei, has her own blog. She writes there somewhat regularly. What can I say? They don’t make 4-year olds like they used to.

Yesterday she wrote a post “How to get to car engine, um, Carnegie Hall.”

It got me to thinking about what I have learned from Carnegie that has helped me to be a better blogger.

Carnegie made a killing in oil and steel after coming to the US at the age of 13 and getting a job as a bobbin boy in a cotton factory for $1.25 week. I used to work for $1.25 an hour, but never that cheaply for a week. But, then at the time, I could buy gasoline for .25/gallon. Let me see…I worked for 5 gallons of gas