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“Places on the web for sharing content and ideas often remind me of real life interactions. Facebook is the everlasting high school reunion. Twitter, which I love, is maybe half cocktail party, half party-line. Flickr & Instagram can be the best way to send a postcard, while LinkedIn is the best way to send a fax ;) To me, there’s something sacred about reading a blog post on someone else’s site. It’s like visiting a friend’s house for a quick meal ‘round the breakfast table. It’s personal— you’re in their space, and the environment is uniquely suited for idea exchange and uninterrupted conversation. In many ways, we should be treating our blogs like our breakfast tables. Be welcoming & gracious when you host, and kind & respectful when visiting.”

Ideas of March | Trent Walton ~ His “are like” comparisons ring true, don’t they?

Chris Shiflett says blogs are great, and that you should publish more often. I agree.
- Trent Walton

Me too.

Also see: Tweeting and Writing and Deflating Like a Balloon by Frank Chimero. I think he explains the why very well. We who blog do try our best to be giving, and focus on the needs of our readers, but I’m with Frank when completely honest about it; I mostly blog for me… writing has become as important to me as breathing, and the public publishing helps share it with any who can relate, and might want to.

Good writing experiences are self-discovery. Each word pulls back the veil a little more.
- Frank Chimero


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Yo Comments Are Wack! via Grammar Girl: How to Write a Great Blog Comment (9 tips in her post)


Sep 10
Great peacock metaphor: Blogging is the ultimate team sport by Mark W. Schaefer

Great peacock metaphor: Blogging is the ultimate team sport by Mark W. Schaefer