Bagging the Post (continued)
After writing the bagging the post thing a couple weeks ago, I felt better and started blogging with enthusiasm again.
Then I did the Venture Fratricide post and took a pretty good beating for that one.
Here's the problem. I can't put out fully baked posts every day without spending a huge amount of time editing them. I don't want to do that. And blogging is supposed to be conversational anyway.
So a couple weeks ago, I was writing half baked posts and after reading them, I was bagging them.
Then after some encouragement, I went back to posting the half baked thoughts.
I took so much heat with that approach that I got an email from my friendly lawyer.
Michael Parekh said this in his comments to the Venture Fratricide piece:
Slow blog day, Fred? or do you just like poking the bee hive with a stick?
I do like to poke the bee hive with a stick.
That's what keeps me blogging.
So when I do that, please see it as that and nothing more.
And take it as a conversation starter.
I think we'll all benefit more from that approach.