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Jan 01, 2012 - 22:01

Personal, Web

A Dozen Years of Blogging

Today is the twelve year anniversary of this blog. I’ve said very few things here that anybody outside of a very small group of people would find very interesting.

I am refactoring the way I handle my blogs and my twitter accounts. I tend to post boring things on an almost obsessive-compulsive schedule. It’s lazy and my blog should have more interesting content.

I’ve spent long periods of time ignoring this space. I’ve spent other periods of time inundating the Oracle with copy & paste posts that chronicle my workouts or my mixes or some other bullshit nobody’s really that interested in.

One of my goals for 2012 is to learn how to blog. It seems like a strange thing to say for someone who’s been at it since New Year’s Day 2000. But, there’s a big difference between knowing how to post to a blog and how to make one that other people want to read. Let’s see if we can learn that second part, shall we?

If you have me in your RSS feed reader and you’re a blogger yourself, I’d love to hear any advice you might have. How did you get started? How do you keep writing interesting content year after year?

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