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  Friday, May 30, 2003

  Finding time for blogging

Maria reflects about time for blogging:

When blogging is not part of your work it is sometimes difficult to make good partitions in your time. To find time for blogging is often connected with some compromises. The choice between blogging during working hours or blogging when your family waits for you can't be made easily.

[...]Simplifying the idea, I think the ideal blogger is an independent worker without family. A university profesor, a consultant, even a journalist or a researcher. Single or at least living alone. Therefore, it would be interessant to know whether there is an over-representation of independant single workers among bloggers.

This could be true... I'm getting more and more convinced that personality is important for blogging. One more question to add if I do a follow-up of my BlogTalk paper.

[See also personal characteristics that support blogging]

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There are too many interesting things in my news aggregator, too many ideas that want to be written down in my head and too much work to finish before I go on vacation. I guess I have to learn how to let ideas go without trying to catch them. If they worth it they would come back.

Please, expect light blogging next three days and then silence for two weeks. I'm going to switch off Radio, so I won't even try to post :)

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