If Everybody Has a Blog and Election Question
If everybody has a blog, how do you decide which ones to read? Recently both traffic and comments have increased on my blog (slighty – just imagine if I become famous?!) When someone comments on my blog, I usually track back to their blog if they have one. As a result, I have come upon some very interesting blogs. I also suspect this is how some of my new readers found me. So, what to do with all these new and interesting blogs? Since I moved to WordPress I have not taken the time to create a blog roll, what I am reading list, etc. I don’t have links to my Facebook or twitter on here – yet. Today, I am going to work on adding some of these elements to my blog. If you are a regular reader of this blog and have a blog of your own, please comment on this post and I will add a link to your blog. I will also link to my favorite blogs, and other sources of random and sometimes interesting information on the web.
I’m hoping to be more consistent in my blogging as well, and knowing that you all are reading inspires me to keep up with my writing. I have a lot of ideas that I want to blog about, it’s just a matter of discipline and time for me to blog them. I’m still hoping for a neural implant someday that will translate my thoughts into editable text when I’m away from the computer. Many of my ideas come to me in the shower, while I’m out for a walk, or driving around running errands. So many of those ideas get lost in the busy-ness of my life. Ah well, I guess that just means the good ideas will percolate to the top and eventually make it into my blog – or perhaps they will get lost forever in the hidden recesses of my mind…
If you’ve read this far, I’d like to pose a question for you all in light of the upcoming election:
What have you learned about Christians as a result of the presidential election?
Please keep your responses to one paragraph or less, and know that if you respond your answer may end up in an upcoming Off the Map article.
Thanks for reading!