More navel-gazing via Sunday stealing.
12. How many drafts of potential blog posts do you have right now?
102. Some of them are for dates past. Will they become blogposts? Dunno. Some will, in all likelihood.
13. In what medium do you draft your posts?
In the Blogger thingy. It has an autosave feature, but I hit the save button frequently anyway. Occasionally, Blogger won't save, and I end up copying and pasting the post in an e-mail to myself. Even my WordPress blog I do in Blogger, mostly because I never figured out how to size pictures in WP.
14. How often do you completely scratch or delete drafts or blog post ideas?
Maybe three or four times a year. What a pain, mostly because blogging time is so finite.
15. If you had to leave your blog in your will to another blogger, who would you choose?
There's a woman in my office who used to blog. Her.
16. Are there other blogs that you feel are similar to yours in content, style, or voice?
Well, yes, no, maybe. Obviously I think my voice is unique, but that's true of everyone. I think that there are elements of my blogging style in a number of blogs. I tend to think many other blogs are more singularly focused than mine. Maybe I should have five blogs or something, but I'd find it irritatingly compartmentalizing.
I pretty much hate most categories. The only categories I have for the bulk of my CDs are classical and pop. Classical is anything where the composer is above the title, whether that be Beethoven, Gershwin or Scott Joplin. Pop is everything else.
17. Has anything surprised you since you started blogging?
Yes, that I'm still doing it every day. That anyone reads it. That occasionally people are moved by what I write, often unexpectedly. That I have found it not just enjoyable but occasionally useful.
18. What are your goals or plans for your blog going forward?
Blog less. Or absent that, cloning.
19. Do you make any money from your blog? (optional) about how much a month?
No, though I've gotten some swag.
20. What blogging system do you use?
Does this mean Blogger? Or does mean chaos? Actually one of my blogs is in WordPress.
21. How did you come up your blog name?
From a radio guy called Rambling with Gambling. Oh, and my first name; I liked the partial alliteration.
22. How many blogs do you have? What was your peak?
Seven. Seven. Fortunately three are shared. Oddly, the most difficult one is the one for which I write once a month; more pressure, I think.
23. Are you having as much fun as when you started?
It ebbs and flows. Surely more than when I FIRST started when I had no idea what I was going to write the next day, or what my credo of blogging was. (I have a credo of blogging?)
24. Where do you find other bloggers like you?
Blog friends of blog friends.
25. What’s your one wish when it comes to blogging?
Steve Martin answered this long time ago here.
G is for “The Great One,” Jackie Gleason
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