I've been tempted to repost some old blog entries for folks who recently decided to subscribe and haven't combed through the 165 posts I've written. But then I thought, are reruns permitted while blogging? Isn't the point of blogging fresh new content?
What about a list of greatest hits (posts)? Again, I don't think so. I'm reminded of a recent link a friend of mine shared on Facebook about what atheists and christians have in common. While the post was interesting it was four years old, which upset me. This wasn't a new thing, it has been collecting dust for a few years.
And it's not that the post still didn't apply, it was that the post was four years old. I suppose I'm making more of this than I should and but it gives me pause. What are the rules here? Are there rules?
I suppose it depends on the purpose of the blog and what you, my audience, want out of this blog. Why are you reading this? I know, I invited you. But besides that. What keeps you coming back? Are you too polite to unsubscribe? Do you think everyone has something to say and you want to hear it? Are you a friend and you're curious as to what I've been up to?
Obviously, I have no idea why you read my blog. But I know its purpose and reposting content from last year seems like cheating. Perhaps when the blog is a little older and I have more like 300 or 400 posts here, revisiting my views on something like writer's block or burn out or handling rejections making some sense. Perhaps.
But until then I will keep delving into the recesses of my mind hoping to find some nugget or vein not mined.
Hi Ho Hi Ho it's off to work I go ...
Which dwarf am I? About now I'm sort of mix between Dopey, Grumpy, and Sleepy.