Other than Scoble (“She has let me geek out all week long without bothering me in the slightest.”), I have a life aside from of Channel9 and blogging. Oh, and a job to do (that is not very related to blogging)!
I never thought I would feel like neglecting a duty when working on my weblog. In the beginning when I started posting it felt like … something new, a new way to communicate, something you have to try to be able to talk about. One-way communication in the beginning of course J. Then, without too many comments and very little feedback I almost forgot about my blog. The/My first hype was over. When I picked up posting again it was more to prove myself I had information and such to share with others. And when the number of comments rose, it felt like: Yeah, people read my stuff and some even really care and either share my opinion or think I am an idiot. They even spend some of their precious time to relpy. Man, that felt good – and still does! Today I am very grateful for any comment and email I receive but can it does no longer influence my blogging frequency. I am passionate. Today I feel I must post because I want to share knowledge, thoughts, findings, experiences and more. It has become another means of communication for me. It has (almost) become a part of my daily life and I value the time writing a post as well as everybody’s time reading my stuff. Thanks.Why this sermon? I have about 50 odd topics in my blog-to-write list and no time... (Wow this took way too long)