It's not always easy for me to write something here everyday. I had a nice post for last night most of the way written - in my head. Getting it on a page is another matter.
I should try harder. Sometimes life interrupts.
Regular updates are one of the things that Mark Bernstein points to in the excellent 10 Tips on Writing the Living Web. He notes that even fifteen minutes a day can add up to quite a few words over the course of a year.
His article has been around for a couple of years now, and I've seen it fuel more than one argument. Some of the points made seem to rub some people the wrong way.
But, I find it inspirational. The same is true of Rebecca Blood's essay weblogs: a history and perspective. Rebecca's words were one of the forces that started me blogging.
So I'm going to try to add some shorter posts on a daily basis, to go with some of the longer ones that I seem to be fond of lately.
And I'm going to try to write something everyday, even if I only have 15 minutes to do it.