This is my 204th post. The most unique component of blogging has been creating the content. What makes it interesting is the conflict in my head. I would always ask, will you (my readers) like it? Will you get something out of it. Is it providing any value? Despite the conflict in my head, I still get surprised by your responses. The ones I think you’ll love, turn out to be just OK. Then the ones I think are just OK, turn out to be your favorites. Blogging can mess with your head.
You spent yesterday telling me why this blog sucks. Now, I’m curious why this blog doesn’t suck. What do you like about it. Why have you subscribed to the RSS feed? Why do you read it. Why is it worth your time?
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What do you think? Why doesn’t this blog suck?