The late Nora Ephron writing on HuffPost in 2006: [G]etting heard outside the world of blogs occasionally requires that you have something to say. And one of the most delicious things about the profoundly parasitical world of blogs is that you don’t have to have anything much to say. Or you just have to have […]
Steve Mays started blogging in 2002 in large part to have a place to save quotations: This page –probably more than any other– captures why I started blogging back in 2002. I wanted a place to write down lines from movies and books. I was forever searching through my library or scraps of paper. These […]
Steve Hodgson explains why he blogs rather than just writing in a diary or a journal: I think the answer is that writing to publish, and the idea of someone reading it, helps me to make it the best writing I can. I don’t actually know how many people read these little articles but you (whether you are real […]
Kirk Tuck on the value of blogging: Everyone should have at least one safe space in which to be archly and profoundly opinionated. I’m not sure if Kirk was writing tongue in cheek. In any event, I agree and always look forward to his thoughtful posts.