#FollowFriday – @Nobilis: Podcaster, Erotica Writer, Insightful Mind.

by Doc Coleman - Nifty Tech Editor on October 1, 2010 · 2 comments

in Follow Friday

This Friday, I’d like to introduce you to someone who may not be to everyone’s taste. He is a man of strong opinions, a husband to a disabled wife, and a writer and podcaster of erotica. He is also a man of biting insight and dry wit. I give you @Nobilis.

I believe that just about everything that @Nobilis has written outside of Twitter is probably adult in nature. It does seem that most of his works are behind an age verification wall. If you’re over 18 and curious, and have an open mind, you can head over to http://www.nobiliserotica.com/ and take a look. @Nobilis is a prolific writer, having written a novel, several novellas, and countless short stories. He has written stories for The Metamor City Podcast as well as his own podcasts, The Nobilis Erotica Podcast, The Good Parts Podcast, and The Barnuts Podcast. He used to write The Well Spouse Blog, but that blog has gone into hiatus for the time being.

Over on the Twitter side of things, @Nobilis is much less titillating and more down to earth. He’s much more likely to talk about the business of erotica than to talk about the erotica itself. He discusses everyday topics, but from his own unique view. But above all that, I think that @Nobilis is worth following because he comes up with a number of very good ideas, and is able to defend them well against scrutiny. I’ve got to admire that kind of rigorous thinking. If you’ve got an open mind and are good with someone who will take you out of your comfort zone from time to time, I’d give him a follow.

Next week I’ll sum up September’s poll, but I have to say it doesn’t look good for Ping. We’ve got a number of good reviews in the works so things are busy here at The Nifty Tech Blog. So busy that things are starting to get in the way of each other. We’re trying to keep things on track, but we may have to ask you to bear with us as we squeeze through this busy time. Let’s hope that doesn’t happen. See you next week!

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