My ultra-hi-tech web 2.0 enabled blogging system!

Posted October 23rd, 2007. Filed under Personal

Blogging is an enterprise initiated by many but followed through on by few. I intend to be one of the few. I’d be very interested to know how many Blogger.com and WordPress.com blogs were registered and have 5 or fewer posts with months (years) of inactivity. I’d guess at least half and likely far more than half. So I mentioned to Andrew today that I really need to get on top of this blogging thing (he admitted he needs to do the same). I figured I needed a kickstart - a way to blog on the move. I’m rarely in front of a computer with nothing to do, but I spend plenty of time riding mass transit around the city, perfect blogging time I figured. So, on the way home today, I picked up the titular “ultra-hi-tech web 2.0 enabled blogging system, pictured here

If this can’t get me - and keep me - blogging, nothing will. I figure there are two major advantages of using a pen-and-paper system like this. First - no matter where I am, no matter what time of day, I am a flip of a page away from capturing the fleeting ideas. Second (and most importantly), using this blogging journal will help keep posts focused and on point. My rule - one post, one page. No more. Will I stick to this? We’ll see. At worst it’s an interesting experiment.

Hello World”, post 0 is out of the way. Post 1 is now also out of the way, let’s see what comes of this.

One Response so far

  1. Andrew says:

    You’ll have to keep me posted about this.”

    (read: I’ll see how this goes and decide how to kickstart myself.)

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