Saturday, May 14, 2005

The Times on Blogging

David Greenberg, after guestblogging for a week, describes Blogging, as in Slogging:
[B]logging is no longer for amateurs or the faint of heart. Blogging - if it's done well - has evolved into an all-consuming art.

No crap.

But the key question:

As I thought about what else to opine about, I started to see that blogging wasn't as easy as it looked. Who were these people, blogging on other sites, who so confidently tossed about obscure minutiae relating to North Korea's nuclear program or President Bush's proposed revisions to Social Security benefits? Where did they find the time? (To say nothing of the readers.)

Read the article for a glimpse at what it takes to be a successful blogger. See if you can spot the reforms TfK implements as a result.