The headline says it all. And then the article says some more, and then there are links…well, you know how this works.
I’ve been a bad blogger for a while now, for a few reasons. (I tried doing it for no reasons, but it just seemed stupid.) And I’m going to blog about those reasons, and oh so freakin’ much more that you will regret you ever gave me crap for not blogging more which you didn’t do but WordPress did and I’m displacing my defensiveness toward them onto you, all this year, as I try to live up to WP’s very sound recommendation.
Just the other day I was reading Kirk Taylor’s blog post about posting twice a day, which was inspired by John Chow’s post about posting twice a day (or at least picking a frequency and sticking with it).
That’s what we in the industry call serendipity. Or a sign. Or a perfect storm. I really don’t know what industry I’m talking about. But that doesn’t mean I’m going to ignore such a serendipitous perfect storm sign. And neither should you! Your storm is even more serendipitous! You’ve got four layers! I only had three. So you best get posting.