Is evergreen blogging a contradiction

A couple posts (here and here) on the  dailypost.wordpress.com caught my attention.   The first post follows its own advice to resurrect the second older post by adding some additional information.   The result drove in a point that some blog posts remain interesting and relevant despite being old.   Such posts have what they call evergreen content.…

Reflecting on using Stock Photos for Blogging

This is yet another post I will produce without a stock photo at the top.   I didn’t realize that the modern definition of a blog is that it must have some graphic content at the top (and ideally also in the middle somewhere).   Often this is some stock photo that the author would…

Working at hypothesis-discovery

Earlier, I mentioned my goal of writing two posts per day.   I made this my goal after I noticed that is in fact what I had been doing.   There was part of the rhythm of the day.   In the morning, I would write something that generalized my work experience.   In the…

Permission to Innovate

In response to Wall Street Journal’s published opinion-piece The End of the Permissionless Web, I had mixed reactions. The title alone got my attention.   I read it as the encroachment of more regulation of what we can do with the Internet.    Although the article did address some specifics, they were not of the nature…

More thoughts on blogging

I was reading some blog or comments on some blog when I encountered a statement that bothered me.   It bothered me because it was spoke a truth and yet it hit close to home. In short, the message was how blogs die when the author starts obsessing on one topic.   The term die…

Non-authoritative blogging

In my last post, I described that the term dark data has been used long before I started using it and that earlier use has a very different meaning that I’ve been using.   Although I rambled on describing my experience with both kinds of problems, I pretty much gave away my limited authority in…