Your weblog is your playground. Keep it fun for yourself. Pretend that your audience thinks you are the most fascinating person alive, and use whatever tools you have to let them know exactly what you think about current foreign policy, your favorite brand of tofu, or your new haircut.
A weblog is a coffeehouse conversation in text, with references as required.
I'm not sure blogs are necessarily the best place to get a pulse on anything. People want to blog for a variety of reasons, and that may or may not be representative.
Blogs are for anoraks who couldn't get published any other way.
If you allow yourself to begin posting entries based on what you think someone else wants you to write, you are missing the point of having a weblog. Even more destructive is the number game. It is always flattering to discover that someone else likes reading what you write, but it you begin to focus on gaining the largest audience you can, you will destroy whatever pleasure you may otherwise derive from your work.
Blogs are a great way to monitor and even participate in the chatter about your new site.
Blogs tend to consist of much shorter entries, many per day, the blogger seemingly striving for communication more than self-enlightenment.
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