I’ve enjoyed using Radosław Kozieł’s Hugo theme called Terminal, and I’m sorry to learn that it’s no longer being updated. I guess it’s time to look for a new theme.
It’s so easy to just open an app window, write a few lines and hit send. I write hundreds of social posts for every “real” blog post.
I’ve done a lot of operating system switching over the past many months and not a whole lot of blogging. My question: Does this thing still work?
I read Dave Winer’s Scripting.com blog every day. I subscribe via email. Like everything Dave does, it makes me think. Today I wonder if I should set up an email subscription service of some kind for this blog. Email is the new hotness in marketing. Email addresses are like gold. Dave recently wrote about how he feels he’s reaching nobody with his blog, especially as it pertains to the political issues of the day (e.
Any of us who have been blogging over the past 10 or more years has written hundreds or maybe thousands of posts. I’m pretty sure I have at least a couple thousand. But blog writing and other writing are different. A blog tends to say “this is now, things below this are in the past, things above this will appear in the future.” It’s reverse-chronological. That’s not a horrible thing.
WordPress is a vital resource that hasn’t taken undue advantage of its users like other free, hosted services have done. But right now, it’s not for me. The one thing I miss about blogging with a static-site generator is the lack of native comments. It’s the one thing self-hosted WordPress (aka WordPress.org) gets right. It’s probably because WP was “doing” comments before Twitter and Facebook came along. Back then, social was comments.