Wednesday, 31 October 2007

Questions! Questions!

“Why should I blog? Why do I need to write and post it in public view? Should I keep myself anonymous? Or make my identity public? If I decide to write, what should I write about? About my experiences or about my opinions about anything and everything in this world? Or should I start a photo blog? Will I get time to write whatever I want to write? What will people think of me if I say something controversial in my blog? Is it important to be regular or should it have sporadic posts? Should I enable or disable comments?"

Well, these are just some of the questions that I went through before finally deciding to open an account. This, asking a lot of questions, is a typical strategy of two kinds of people, lazybones and armchair critics. Lazy people ask questions to avoid work, armchair critics ask questions to avoid questions about their inaction. And I am both. So, I guess you can understand this turmoil in my mind about blogging.