Blogging is dead

I heard that blogging is dead. It’s probably true. A decade or two ago people would happily write their thoughts online, share stories, discuss politics. Whatever.

Now this content has all been monetised and centralised onto a few platforms by a few influencers. Even still, people could still be blogging but perhaps there is another reason.

I generally don’t post anything because I realised that my opinions change over time and that something “permanently” published online may not reflect how I feel a year later… much less ten. Who wants their future employer, spouse, family to see their views which are no longer relevant? What is acceptable today may not be acceptable tomorrow and that will be forever immortalised online.

This causes writers block. Extreme writers block. My last real blog post that was of a personal nature was over a decade ago.

So I’m going to change that. As of today, I am taking part in #100DaysToOffload and will attempt to write 100 posts over the next 365 days. The posts may be long or short – probably short. I already wish I had more time to do the other things that I want to do. They will also be unedited and unredacted.

I may fail miserably and this may be the last post you ever read but I have no excuse since it’s anonymous.

This will be my last post about blogging for now.

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