Blogging revisited

Why do people blog? (revisited)
It’s something I thought about a little at the start of this blog and something I return to briefly now. In part because I’m thinking about of some of the triggers for blog posts.

I’m not the most prolific blogger – in part because I find that there are certain types of trigger that seem to go with my blog posts. The recent spate of ecology posts arose from an email discussion and a workshop. Some arise from the latest incredibly cool web app, some from direct requests or reporting on events. Other are driven by much more random factors.

I’ve a number of friends who have started to blog most days this month, one driven by a project to post a picture every day in December, the others by the driver of Advent reflection. All of these encourage me to find space to blog and reflect more, but back random factors and that t-shirt…

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