Zen's Intro post is here
. And mine is here
The oldest science blogs are just hitting their ten year blogiversaries.
A lot of blogs have come and gone in that time. Will you still be
blogging in 5 years? 10 years? 20 years? What does it take to write a
blog (or other online project) for the long haul? Many creative people
have at one time or another faced the dreaded “writer’s block” or its
equivalent. How do you break out of creative slumps, dry spells, and
blocks so that you do not disappear from the scene? What are the warning
signs that you disconnect entirely? Is there a good balance between the
rush to say something current, to be the first, and writing something
of substance, that people will remember? Are you confident that someone
will be able to read your blog ten years from today? And would they find
anything worth reading?