As I've mentioned before, it's really hard to blog constantly.
It takes effort, organization and more importantly... time.
Really interesting blog posts can be all text but others rely on images and videos to get your point across and then you have to find and post those things.
Twitter... or microblogging... seems to be suited to the casual blogger like myself. Short posts about different things, and at most times, responses to those you follow.
I don't think I'm tweeting right, but it's not like I have followers, here or there. A long time ago, when I used to do notebook reviews, it was easy to get views. Now, with so much out there, I'll be lucky if one person responds to a blog post. I've actually got more responses on Twitter than on this blog.
And then again, most of my online interaction is in different forums/message boards. I don't do Facebook because I prefer the anonymity that blogs, forums and Twitter affords me.
So I added a Follow gadget here... not like it will get me any followers but moreso that anyone who does come here will know where I went. Heh.
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