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Getting a slow start

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Although I promised to start blogging more, I seem to be getting a slow start. I’m posting lots more links and short items (if you read this through a feed, you don’t see those, they’re only on the front page of my blog), but haven’t been able to get started with blogging yet.

One reason for this is that I have this feeling that what I blog needs to be big and earth-shattering after such a long dry spell. I just need to get over that and start posting stuff. And now I’ve started.

Marie Carnes
October 5, 2005 11:45 AM

Tell us what you had, or didn't have, for lunch.

Adam Kalsey
October 5, 2005 11:48 AM

While I''ve seen the need to post on the more mundane (at least to get the juices flowing again), promise me that if I ever become *that* mundane, you'll stop reading my blog.

October 5, 2005 8:00 PM

good start

Ryan Schroeder
October 7, 2005 2:43 PM

Figure out what your next project's gonna be yet?

Adam Kalsey
October 7, 2005 3:34 PM

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