November 28, 2006
Liz published this at 11:25 am
Blogger A Day Call: Hello is Tony there?
When you meet Tony Hung you might not realize how soon, or how often, you’re going to be seeing him. He would need time to tell you about all of the places you might find him. Beyond his own blog, a few of his regular stops include the Blog Herald, Bloggertalks, Tuesday Night Comments, and events and conversations about the MESH conference. Soon there will be even more.
When Tony and I met via headphones and our computers, he shared his background — years of websites and playing with web design. We talked about how he came into blogging. Tony goes deep on any subject he’s interested in. It shows in the fact that his first blog was on WordPress with a theme of his own design.
I asked how Tony connected with the Blog Herald — he said he suggested some topics and shortly thereafter, Matt read Tony’s blog and invited Tony to write for them. The Blog Herald connection prompted Thord, another Herald writer, to invite Tony to be part of Bloggertalks, the hot new interview blog.
When I asked Tony what he did when he wasn’t blogging or talking to bloggers, I found out that he had another name, Dr. Tony Hung. He said he’s a final-year resident doctor in Internal Medicine. So we talked about doctors. I mentioned that I finally found a neurologist without a gargantuan ego. He replied that more than one specialty fell victim to that condition.
I think Tony’d be glad I didn’t share my favorite doctor joke.
Tony explained how he chose Internal Medicine. He said he had started in Family Medicine, but found that he wanted to help really sick people. We discussed how some folks don’t get better, but instead have to move on to other care. Tony mentioned the thought that goes into talking to family members who are also involved. You have to admire someone who does that work.
Dr. Tony Hung added one more name 9 weeks ago — Daddy. Tony Hung is the father of a baby boy.
B.A.D. Blogger Quote
I got into it so that I could learn about what people are doing. I wasn’t prepared for how much fun it is. —Tony Hung
Stop by Tony’s Blog, deep jive interests, and say hi!
Thanks, Tony, you B.A.D. Blogger!
–ME “Liz” Strauss
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