100 Days Of Blogitude.
Given that there are allegedly 45 million blogs, shouldn't there be better guidance out there?
I know it seems like longer (and you wish it were shorter) but this is the hundredth day of my blathering. Lacking Guy Kawasaki's email address book, I reach the centenary not in the technorati top 100, feel suitably chastened and am not going to pronounce to the blogosphere on the moment of this moment.
Seriously, though, I reach this point increasingly aware of my own ignorance and the lack of simple "how to blog" resources. Are people reading? How do I monitor this? What is wrong with the technical aspects of the blog? How do I improve this? So tell me what's wrong and what are the simple fixes? Be brutal, be helpful and maybe I'll get enough insight to turn into a Squidoo lens that will help others out there.
After all, it's the words and pictures that count and if blogging truly is to be egalitarian, the geek requirement should be minimised.