Micro.blog

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kaa
kaa

That quote from Seth Godin is possibly the single best description of why you should blog every day. You write primarily for yourself. The fact that you might reach an audience is either irrelevant or a side bonus.

First, find a system with the least friction and then write.

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jhull
jhull

@kaa I used to blog every day. Loved the momentum that came from it, and the ease with which the writing flowed after several weeks. Quotes like this inspire me to get back at it.

kaa
kaa

@jhull My biggest challenges have always been friction in the system that I use, subject matter and a clear reason I my head for doing this. Micro.blog takes care of item one, item 2 is whatever is important at the time (not focused on one niche subj t) and item 3 is to try and improve yourself.

jhull
jhull

@kaa item 2 is interesting...I tend to only write about the same thing (story) because it’s what I’m most passionate about. But I wonder if it gets monotonous—even though it never gets old for me. Oh. And thanks to you, now I’m on a deep dive into Chilvers’ writing. Wish he had a micro.blog!

kaa
kaa

@jhull so I used to think that the easiest thing would be to write about one item and focus. I’ve found that I need something that allows me to capture thoughts in any category. Chilvers newsletter is one of the best every week, highly recommend subscribing

jhull
jhull

@kaa more than what’s on the blog?

kaa
kaa

@jhull I tend to like how he pulls it all together and gives you some quotes. Focuses your attention somewhat.