Peter and I were just talking about RMFO-Blogs, since I just finished working up a layout for Trey. He asked if I was happy that I’d started the project, and I replied that I certainly am. I enjoy getting people to write. Some people are going to be bad Webloggers, and frankly, that’s okay.
I would actually consider myself to be a bad Weblogger. There is very little focus to what you read here and on my biolog. The latter is more focused than this site is, primarily because I try to focus on longer work there. [Of course, given my writing trends of late, I’m finding myself wanting to put a halt to everything, go through all 1400+ entries, re-sort everything, and start over. On the day that I have that much free time, I should be shot on sight.]
That said …
Me: I typically suck, and I break the doldrums with something worthwhile every once in a while
Me: But I write for me, not for my audience, really.
Peter: Yeah, yours is different that way
Peter: it almost seems like a personal archive, of sorts
That’s exactly what my sites are for me—a way to remember.
I just let you read. Why? Maybe I’ll find something that interests you. [If I find a lot of stuff that interests you, we need to talk … you’re clearly deranged, and I need to be the one to tell you that.]
I’ll keep on keeping on … maybe this is what some folks meant by being more accessible …