I just noticed that I haven't posted anything since last Wednesday, and in my desire to be relevant to blog culture, it appears that I must post something now. How do you like the post so far? Hopefully it will get better as you read.
This isn't the first time I have tried my hand at stream-of-consciousness-spencerian blogging, however, it may surprise that this is actually going somewhere.
And we have now arrived at the point of the post:
Don't blog unless you actually have something to say. I hate it when my bloglines account says that I have four hundred new posts to read only to find that about one-tenth of those post are actually worth reading.
So, here's a list of people who can blog every single day.
Team Pyro can post any time they want.
Centuri0n can post once a day.
Steve Camp can post once a day. (I don't have time to read two 6,000 word posts in one day, and I really want to read it all.)
Chad Bresson can post whenever he wants.
Triablogue can post whenever they want, but they must only publish their posts once.
Fide-O can post whenever they want.
Daniel can post every day.
Moorhead can post every day.
Tom Ascol can post anytime he wants.
There are more that I want to list who can post everyday, and there are some who are very good about posting only when they have something to say, like Pastor Steve Weaver, J. Wendell and Matt Gumm. But if I listed those, then I would be too specific about who I am no longer allowing to post everyday. So check yourselves. Don't make me permanently revoke your blogging privileges.
Was that Turkian enough?