extending the blog

If one has a friend who wants to know about us just tell them to look at the blog, then they would be able to catch up on the latest keeling gossip. should we extend it to include the gibbs side of the family, and how about the john keeling's + mark + nick + bill?

What are people's thoughts? Comments please.

Comments
I think perhaps I was misunderstood. Perhaps it would be good to encourage other parts of the family to have their own blog, so that we could catch up with their news by reading their blog.
Posted by: rob | January 20, 2007 at 06:16 AM

May I congratulate George and the other blog foundes on creating a medium through which the bros can communicate easily. Well done I think it is a big improvement on the pre-blog I haven't heard any news from Rob, Trev, George, Simon, David, Jim or Paul for oops six or twelve months. The new situation is much more friendly.
However I do not think extending the blog is a very good idea. The news that is transmitted at the moment is pretty trivial, but nice to hear. Therefore I cannot imagine that anyone outside the eight would have any real interest in our chit chat. It is of some interest that Rob and George use skype and that George has laid a path in Spain. I do not think I would be that interested to find out that John or Bill are using a new telephone network, or that Bill had helped a friend to knock down a wall recently, for example.
Perhaps our blog will be different in the future and then it might become of more interest to the rest of the world, but for the moment I would say steady as she goes.

Posted on January 17, 2007 at 01:07 PM in Tom's posts |

I agree with David. But I think Rob is suggesting that we should tell them about www.8brothers.typepad.com. So they can read of our fascinating stories. I do support that. I've all ready been telling all my friends about it. One, Augusto, put a complementary comment about it.
Posted by: George | January 16, 2007 at 09:28 AM

No: Forty odd people are enough! xxx
Posted by: david | January 15, 2007 at 09:23 PM

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