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Bad Blogging

September 29, 2010

I knew this would happen! I got to a point at which I’d written some things and posted others and then I had to get all technical with links and so on. With a Pregabalin memory, I forgot what I had been advised by others. Thus blogging became a chore instead of a pleasure – and I had been bombarded, for a number of reasons, with lots of other topics to think about, so the priorities went away from here. I did manage to do the “about” thing, in response to a smiley from somebody who clearly couldn’t write and I chose to make it an “about me” rather than about the blog, for I still do not know what shape it will take.
It seems to me that, in order to write a blog, one needs to have an issue or a direction in life, so that at the least, one knows a little of what one is talking about and has enough grist in the mill to feed a hungry blog monster.
Apologies? No, I doubt anyone has missed my presence, and I haven’t denied anybody a nugget of knowledge which might have made a difference in their lives. I just have to have some self discipline. “I’ll be back” as some intellectual giant once said.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. September 30, 2010 2:15 pm

    As I said before, any advice I can give, just ask for it.
    Play with the blog. Seriously, just mess about, both with appearance and with content and with everything. Be a kid messing with mudpies.
    Be creative. Try to enjoy. There are no rules. Let it take shape and when you know what it’s meant to be, direct it.

  2. October 1, 2010 10:21 am

    Missed you…and had been wondering. I usually type in the blog url directly so you won’t know when I visited.

    The smiley? Must’ve been mine:)

    Bad blogging? There’s nothing like bad blogging…all blogging is good!


  3. November 10, 2010 10:17 pm

    Personally I prefer blogs that are unpredictable, spontaneous and don’t stick to any particular rule of what should or shouldn’t be posted.
    I like to go with the flow and see where the mood takes me without being bound by a specific niche despite this means going against the advice of the numerous “experts”!!

    Do what you feel like!

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