r ranson wrote:Do people still write traditional blogs? Do people still read traditional blogs?
There is no risk if you only live in the past or the future.
Without risk, there is no adventure.
Without adventure, there is no life worth living.
Lif Strand wrote:...I've been an erratic blogger, which I understand isn't optimal but it's who I am...
Edward Norton wrote:I’d love to find a proper old school blog aggregator like reader. One of the reasons I’ve jumped right in here is it’s also kinda old school too, a time when most conversations on the internet took place in open forums. I’m sure that was Paul’s intention and hats off to him.
I made a new blog about __[insert little summary--the sort of thing you'd post on facebook about it]_____!
[insert tempting picture]
here's the link: [insert link]
I almost wonder if we could have a "Blog" forum. Each person could have a thread about their blog, and they could post an update to their thread saying something like
Nicole Alderman wrote:I almost wonder if we could have a "Blog" forum. Each person could have a thread about their blog, and they could post an update to their thread...
Ellen Morrow wrote:I've tried blogging a couple of times. My problem is consistency. I get shy like...who wants to hear about li'l old me? Then I don't post for months.
Ellen Morrow wrote:Anyway...what blogging platforms do you folks use?
Anyway...what blogging platforms do you folks use?
blog, in full Web log or Weblog, online journal where an individual, group, or corporation presents a record of activities, thoughts, or beliefs.
Paul Sofranko wrote:I have two blogs, one semi-active niche within a larger niche community (probably of little interest to anyone here unless you're Catholic and a recovering alcoholic) and another that gets very little love but I keep around to perhaps eventually experiment with. Both use WordPress which I like, although at times I wonder what the devs may be smoking.
Anyway the reason for this reply is that someone mentioned that they miss using Google Reader. WordPress actually has a Reader service; if you have a self-hosted blog or use their wordpress.com host, or download the Wordpress Apps for desktop and smartphone you can add subscriptions to all the blogs you read. All in one place!
There are other feed readers for desktop/smartphone, but I prefer the WP reader.