The Living Web

Posted: July 1, 2004 at 2:11 pm in links

I came across this article called “10 Tips on Writing the Living Web” today, which I really liked. Some things to think about when writing for the web. It’s good to help me reflect on what I am doing with this weblog. On the occasional days when I actually write something. I should at least consider writing more regularly. Try to post something every day, even if it’s just a paragraph. I’ll think about it at least. Right now I tend to want to post something big every time, and that intimidation often keeps me from posting anything at all. So I have to consider what I want to do. Anybody that has an opinion, feel free to drop me a line.

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