It's been a few days more than one year (525,600 minutes according to the lyrics from Rent) since I last blogged, and three times that since I blogged consistently. In that time, Google Reader disappeared and blogs were declared dead.Wrenaissance Reflections may have been quiet, but it's not dead. I've missed blogging and missed being part … Continue reading 1,576,800 minutes
When Blogging Becomes a Slog - NYTimes.com A few case studies on blogger burnout. Blogging is demanding if you do it right. If you don't, why bother? The article comments only in passing on community, however. For me, it's one of the most important parts of doing this. I've met many good friends and colleagues … Continue reading I can relate
In September, I wrote:It's hard to know what to write here. One month ago, I thought I was slowing down the number of posts on Wrenaissance for a while. I thought I was going to the Midwest Birding Symposium as an official blogger. I thought I had an overly busy and heavily scheduled life.One of … Continue reading What’s going on?
Wind moving through the grass or the trees has long been a metaphor for change. When I started my website, long before it was a blog, I thought I’d be sharing information about backyard wildlife habitats, and that my enthusiasm would be contagious. In those long-ago days, the internet was lightly populated compared to today. … Continue reading Changes