Write as much as you want in a blog post

When you write a blog post, you can say as much or as little as you want.

Blogging is the medium of incomplete stories” by James G

Indeed. I work for a company that syndicates columnists and newspaper articles. I often wonder how columnists can always write close to 700 words every column, every time. I suppose it’s like a canvas. You work within the space alotted to you.

However, i like the freedom of changing my canvas size. I don’t always have enough to say to fill a 3-foot by 4-foot painting. Often my thoughts fit onto a sticky note or scrap piece of paper.

Ben Werdmuller writes in response to James’ article, “Blogs are thinking-in-progress. A blog is never done (although you can always choose to walk away). It’s lovely. I wish more people had one.”

Indeed I wish more people had a blog. The freedom to express yourself to the extend that you want, and with the styling and links that you want. Unlike the limited space of Twitter, Mastodon, BlueSky, and Threads. Facebook grants you more space, but lacks the formatting. Besides, I can’t recall the last time I read a longer-ish post directly on Facebook.

May more people have blogs.

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