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I know you are only reading about 20% of what I am writing in this blog post (based on eye tracking research and specifically according to this site: http://www.useit.com/alertbox/percent-text-read.html). The most important information will also be posted here at the start of this blog entry and at the end so please ignore the middle (see primacy effect: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serial_position_effect).

blah blah blah….. blah blah blah….. blah blah blah….. blah blah blah….. blah blah blah….. blah blah blah….. blah blah blah….. blah blah blah….. blah blah blah….. blah blah blah….. blah blah blah….. blah blah blah….. blah blah blah….. blah blah blah….. blah blah blah….. blah blah blah….. blah blah blah….. blah blah blah….. blah blah blah…..blah blah blah….. blah blah blah….. blah blah blah….. blah blah blah….. This is the part you won’t remember…..Remember?

What does this mean to blog writers?

I know that I scan blog posts and I almost never read long blog entries as I prefer to jump around learning snippets about different things. Perhaps most of what I am writing here will not even be scanned by most visitors? The problem is I have no way to know who will read what parts and to what extent! Perhaps including relevant graphics with the text will help engage some of the “readers that might otherwise skip this post? Ok…. Here goes….

As you can see there is nothing very interesting in the middle of the photo. To me, the most interesting element is the child at the other end of the camera who is waiting for me to pull her on the sled. Remember when I told you the most interesting information would be at the end? Hee hee. ; )

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