I Think There’s Still A Pulse!

Tuesday, March 9th, 2004 @ 9:14 pm | Site

Will Carroll:

However, across spectrums and formats, bloggers are starting to burn out. There’s always been a pretty high churn rate with blogs, I’d imagine, as people realize that it’s either a lot of work, they don’t have as much to say as they thought, or they can’t capture enough feedback to feed them.

Will Carrol’s piece is mostly in reference to baseball bloggers, but I it’s easily applicable to bloggers in general.

In January, I wrote that I’d try not go a month without posting again. I blogged on 4 days that month. Then I blogged 3 days in Febraury. This is my first posting in March.

I know I’ve said it before, but I’m making an effort to get better about posting. I haven’t had a whole lot stuff to say Mac-wise, so some of the other topics might pop up more frequently. With the Red Sox in spring training and the Bruins closing in on the playoffs, I might start writing more about those interests. Heck, my Red Sox tickets arrived today and I’m waiting on my Bruins’ playoff tickets. I’m excited about what both of those things represent.

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