My blog is now this blog:
Twitter, Obama and Humid Beings broke my blogging habit.
For the past 5 years I have been an avid blogger. Sometimes 6 posts a day. Always random. Always interesting to me. Sometimes I actually wrote something I wanted to share as an observation on my own life experiences or because something really, really pissed me off. But my blogging has dropped off for the past year gradually and here is why.
I got lazy and started to use Twitter to share images, links and pithy observations. 140 characters of lazy. Then why blog it when I tweeted it and it went to my Facebook? Really. Why even bother.
2) Obama won
If McCain and Palin had won this blog would be on fire. But now that we have a competent leader I really don't have much to bitch about on the HumidHaney Rant. And the things I am pissed about Obama I would rather not share as it would bring in the crazies and I don't need to give them any amunition.
3) Building HumidBeings.com
I have actually been testing HB over the past 2 months and blogging there at times. Once it is up (next week? Cue chorus "We have heard that before") I will begin blogging and tweeting and publishing photos and making maps and timelines and podcasting and photo essays, etc. etc.
So there you have it. The reasons I have not been blogging.
Soon HB will be up and I plan to go buck wild and this Typepad blog will re-route you to my HB profile.
You ready for some more ranting? I hope so.
For shits and giggles, watch this:
Looks like New Breed New Orleans is back. And at Twiropa!
Funny seeing my old cell phone number on there. I had forgot what it was.
Twitter hijacked my blog.
So with Twitter and my current insane work schedule I have neglected my Rant. I do feel bad about this so here is something I am about to post that is longer than 140 characters.
The Schizophrenia of Success.
Ah yes. What a pain in the ass it is to run several companies all trying to grow. You find yourself both successful and broke at the same time. Everything looks up but your bank account.
I will be talking on a panel this weekend at the Word Camp conference.
Anyone know of any non-profits funded in some way by the National Endowment for the Arts in the last 4 years?
Just curious. My company needs a partner for a project.