So here’s the thing about blogging…
As a technical guy, I tend to spend most of my time setting up (virtual) hardware and software. As a consultant, I spend my time setting it up, then I document and get out. Factor in ADD and a Twitter addiction, and I end up forming my thoughts into 140 characters or less, rather a lot like an image that’s been going around on Twitter recently:
Professionally, my documents need to be clear, concise, and easy to follow. They’re also pretty dry, which makes for building writing habits that translate poorly to blogging.
So I get caught up in pushing all the shiny buttons, trying out features, and working on getting things running ‘just-so’. I’ve explored SEO, I’m meaning to look into CDN (like I need it), and I’m working on getting SSL set up as well as a custom domain, using EasyDNS, the Let’s Encrypt Azure Site Extension, and enforcing HTTPS with the HTTP to HTTPS Redirector extension – with the intention of blogging the process later. However, that never seems to happen…
One reply on “Shaving the yak – or blogging?”
Everyone loves it whenever people get together and share thoughts.
Great site, keep it up!