It's the end of November and I've done it — I've blogged every single one of the past 30 days for National Blog Posting Month. It wasn't easy. Not that I didn't have an opinion or something to say every single day in November. I did. I just wasn't sure that what I had to say was worth saying in a public blog. And when I did feel it was worthwhile, I had to be a journalist about it, which meant researching the topic and providing links when appropriate. Some of my blogs ran as much as 900 words and took a couple of days to write, during which I loaded my blog with filler, or as I more fondly call it, "crap."
I took a look back at the past month and put my posts into one of three categories (I didn't count today's blog):
- Useful posts, where I wrote something that had some sort of quality.
- Posts that were mainly links or videos, but were still of interest.
- The aforementioned filler, or crap, just tossed up so there was something there for that day.