I was in our local newspaper "The Bath Chronicle." I have scanned in the article and it has got a piccie on it but it takes awhile to download. If you want to see it click here.
If you want to know what was written then read this.
Revealed: the intimate thoughts of an internet expert
How Bath woman's diary became a radio hit
From Bridget Jones and Adrian Mole to Anne Frank and Samuel Pepys - the intimate secrets confessed by diarists have facinated millions.
But with the pace of technology ever increasing, it is not surprising that the newest diary can be found on the internet - and it concerns the life of a young Bath woman.
Technology whiz Ellen Stafford, 20, has written a computer diary chronicling her day-to-day life in Bath for the past year.
And recently the web designer, who lives in Grosvenor, was amazed when a researcher from Chris Evans' Virgin Radio rang her up, asking if they could feature her diary on the station's Pete and Geoff show.
Ellen said: "I couldn't believe it, but of course I said they could, and now the trials and tribulations of one Ellen Stafford, as they put it, features on the show about two evenings a week."
The former Oldfield School pupil says her diary concentrates on her life and thoughts as a 20-year-old woman living and working in Bath.
She said "I talk about going out, how I am feeling, or my thoughts about what's going on in the world and in the news."
"I try to update it every day, and really enjoy doing it."
Ellen promises that despite the possible pressures of her new-found celebrity, she is not tempted to make things up for her diary.
"No, I don't make it up, and if there's not much going on in my life I tend to focus on world issues instead."
Ellen has even been rung up live on air by the radio hosts, who have asked her up to London to visit the studio.
She said: "It is quite an achievement to be doing this, and particularly fun as radio has always interested me."
Ellen's web page can be found at http://www.duff.org/~ellen/
The diary of Ellen Stafford, aged 20 and a bit