Monday, June 28, 2004

Bloghopping 

This weekend, I finally managed to catch up with everything I need to do. Well, actually, not really, but getting through the most urgent parts of my to-do-list is probably as close as I get. Finally, time to go exploring. I decided to do some bloghopping. Unfortunately, I wasn’t the first to come up with the term bloghopping. Dammit, why are all the good ideas always taken?

It’s interesting to use the blog search engines. Sites like Technorati, Weblogs.com, and Blo.gs. A lot of interesting stuff out there. All you have to do is check the “Most Recently Updated” list or enter a keyword. Or check out the blogroll of a favorite site; I find that's the best way. If you do a keyword search, most of the blogs that come up haven’t been updated for a couple months. It’s too bad, because many of them start off really well for a couple of posts, then all of a sudden come to an abrupt stop. Oh well.

I finally managed to check out a couple of friends’ blogs, and ended up with a case of blog envy (nice job, Bill). Of course, everything is relative. I have plenty of chances to make the blog I want. A common blogger cliche is “It’s been a while since I posted….” I read one blog who said as much, with less than a 48 hour gap between posts. I’ve also read the same thing on several other weblogs, but the time between posts is months, not hours. I start to feel guilty and disconnected after a couple of days myself. Different strokes for different folks. Take some time to surf through a favorite blogger’s blogroll, and see what’s just around the bend.

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