I have recently started reading a blog called Forty Three Folders, and they had a very interesting post today on why on-line social networking could do with a pause button. You can read that post here, and I think it's very interesting.
Networking on-line and electronic communication is becoming so ubiquitous, that you can join Face Book support groups for pretty much anything, and sign up to be texted with the latest news on presidential candidates. With over 175,000 new blogs being created every day, there is now even an on-line magazine from Typepad to help blog readers get an overview of what is going on out there on the net.
It made me think about how I approach my on-line presence, and indeed blogging. I post here every day, and I think, necessarily, the blog posts I write have peaks and troughs of success. So sometimes I'm very happy with my posts and I think they work and sometimes I'm just convinced that the entire internet can hear the bottom of that barrel being scraped.
I still want to stick to posting every day, and that is because I want to get into the habit of writing something every single day and I also want to post pictures because I want to observe where I am every single day.