Writing a killer blog

Hah, the New York Times says that I’m going to die if I blog. Oh, but I’ll die if I drink water. Or breathe. See, one rule of this game is everyone dies.

The article didn’t present any balance. Truth is, blogging has brought so many really great people and experiences into my life that it’s worth the sacrifices I’ve made.

That said, I’m glad I didn’t force myself to blog from Amsterdam. What did I do instead? Cleaned out my email. Almost got back onto the David Allen plan.

57 thoughts on “Writing a killer blog

  1. all work kills us, its just how the system works, blogging dosent differ from dying as a cubicle monkey, in a car accident, in a war, etc…studies show people before organized agriculture, industrialization, and nation states lived longer and happier…the new York times is just trying to shut down the greatest threat to its company and that is blogs, bloggers and blogging…don’t let some sleazy corporation stop the revolution!

  2. all work kills us, its just how the system works, blogging dosent differ from dying as a cubicle monkey, in a car accident, in a war, etc…studies show people before organized agriculture, industrialization, and nation states lived longer and happier…the new York times is just trying to shut down the greatest threat to its company and that is blogs, bloggers and blogging…don’t let some sleazy corporation stop the revolution!

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