Bad at Blogging

posted Feb 23, 2012, 3:46 PM by Joshua M. Patton   [ updated Feb 23, 2012, 4:23 PM ]
What's been happening is that I have ignored my site for a few months.  I am seemingly terrible at blogging regularly, especially since my ideas and gripes that would fuel most of the writing are so random and disconnected that there will not really be a chance to build an audience like one might at a food blog, media blog, et. al.  My site is one year-old and I only have eight measly posts.  I will try to remedy this in the coming year, because I like the idea of a public journal.  It speaks to the extroverted narcissist that lives within.  

I have added some new content.  A literary paper written about Carol Lucci Wisner's essay The Stonehenge and the Louvre Were Cool and a piece I wrote for Matt's Naked Word about public outcry about Rahm Emmanuel calling some Congressional Representatives "retards."  While it is old news, I think they overall message still resonates.  Also, I like that I was able to successfully predict the Republican electoral wins in February.  Perhaps I will add a post to the blog here about how I feel about "taking offense," and why it shouldn't be such a big deal, especially when it comes to words and not actions.