Blogging: We can’t let it slip away

Listening to some radio Group of DJs talk about their blogging and lack of it,  and how “Facebook has taken over” ,  and just shaking my head.  Fist ,  it isnt Facebook ,  but Twitter (for me).  Which is frustrating,  because I am well aware of how far Twitter falls short of providing the same value that blogging has.  But what makes this frustration worse is that I myslef have allowed my “other Social Media” to bring my blogging to a slow drip.  The complaints I have just go out over Twitter and Facebook,  and assuage my need to rant for which blogging formerly provided the channel.   I’ve got to find a means of discipline to keep my blogging channel alive and passionate.  I don’t want to get myself accustomed to posting all shorter, and oftentimes inevitably pithier stuff.  I enjoy writing,  and don’t want my skills to atrophy.

I also have a Tumblr blog,  which also works as a channel to post the reactions that I can’t fit into  a Twitter post.  I should look at some tools to jump over  to WordPress as easily as I can to Tumblr.  That “ShareAHolic bookmark is what I had been using to sling a post over onto Tumblr,  and the WordPress connector there has some problems I need to address.

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I am a Web developer with a background in theology, sociology and communications. I love to read, watch movies, sports, and am looking for authentic church.

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