Meet a really famous “Internet”ian — Tango Diva’s Teresa

Forbes magazine totally missed out on the really famous Internet personality from Half Moon Bay (she lives just a few houses away from me): Teresa Williamson.

How do I know she’s famous? Cause tomorrow morning she’s gonna be on Regis and Kelly (more people watch that in one second than read my blog in a year), talking about her new book, “Fly Solo”, which is for single women who want to travel. Not to mention she’s been in tons of magazines and newspapers lately (I saw her mug on the front page of the San Francisco Chronicle a few weeks back, and saw her name in Cosmopolitan, among other mags).

Her travel site, Tango Diva, is white hot too. If I were really a good Vice President, I’d buy it for PodTech. But, I’m still hundreds of emails in the hole. So, enough blogging work avoidance. Talk to you soon.

Comments

  1. Right on, bloggers everywhere – maybe one right here (Robert) that could be VP one day. ??? I know, you’d rather not be known as the political blogger. :) I say, take whatever press you can get.

    Rex

  2. Right on, bloggers everywhere – maybe one right here (Robert) that could be VP one day. ??? I know, you’d rather not be known as the political blogger. :) I say, take whatever press you can get.

    Rex

  3. Hi,

    Do you happen to know of any internet ‘personalities’
    like people you go to regularly who have a presence
    on the web?

    could be reporter, could be famous blogger…but
    somebody w/ a large following.

    I know some people looking for such a person so if you happen to know name/site whatever & could point me in the right direction I’d be much obliged.

    -TJ

  4. Hi,

    Do you happen to know of any internet ‘personalities’
    like people you go to regularly who have a presence
    on the web?

    could be reporter, could be famous blogger…but
    somebody w/ a large following.

    I know some people looking for such a person so if you happen to know name/site whatever & could point me in the right direction I’d be much obliged.

    -TJ