I started out doing a blog with such good intent, and some decent ideas, if not always the best ones. I have tried to avoid the craze of memes and have managed to only add a couple of the various "You Are..." with graphic and explanation, to the blog. I would have to say that the advice I have seen more than one time on the interviews with Locusts and Honey seem to indicate that blogging more than less is to the benefit of all. As I flip through the pages of the various blogs I try to read I find that I am considering dropping some of them that don't blog as often. There is even one of them that a friend does on livejournal that hasn't been updated since July 10th...whatg is the deal with that?
I have pondered the musings of friends, and viewed the pictures of family and friends that people post. I wonder at the safety of sharing *any* information on the web, and still again feel the safety of hiding behind my own computer. It is a strange day in American culture.
I have several topics I have been storing up and maybe as I try to keep from fading into oblivion with another blog that has been abandoned I will try to write on those. Maybe I ought to share some of the process I use when preparing sermons, or continue sharing on the various meetings I attend. I wonder whether an online Bible Study would generate any more interest, with comments and such, or whether that would better be operated through the phpBB boards...which would mean more learning about computer technology and I can't keep up with what I already know.
Anybody got some ideas about what we ought to be talking about?