Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Slow Blogging

Slow Blogging was a term used at last week's Digital Parents Conference in Sydney. I can't remember who mentioned the phrase but I do remember commenting that I preferred that term rather than what I thought I was - a Lazy Blogger (also know as CBFB or Can't Be F***ed Blogger).

It's not that I don't want to submit an exciting and informative post, it's just that by the time I've read everyone else's blogs, it's quite late and frankly I'm stuffed! In fact I'm writing this at 11pm on my phone with the Blogger app while lying in bed.

I promise in the upcoming holidays I will get into it and attempt some quality posts.

So here's a photo of some creative urban art in Leichhardt taken on the way to work which reminds me I should have been pedalling to work instead of sitting in my car sipping a latte, lazy, polluting wanker that I am.


8 comments:

  1. Slow blogging... I like it! Not for me the frantic daily posting, the keeping up with the clever clogs, the numbers, oh those numbers. I'm slow, getting slower, and I like it. x

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    1. You're right, so much effort to keep up with the mob, this is supposed to be a hobby for me after all!

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  2. Ooh, I like that: Slow Blogging. Much nicer than lazy blogging. Sometimes I wonder if Glacial Blogging is a more accurate way of describing my slow periods.

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    1. That sounds poetic, Glacial Blogging from the Tropical Mum.

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  3. You may be polluting, you may be lazy (though that 10,000 steps thing would seem to contradict that), but you, my lovely, are no wanker. xx

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    1. Thankyou! And at least I have my latte in an eco friendly reusable takeaway cup. :)

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  4. I think it was Eden that first mentioned Slow Blogging. I'm all for it!

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    1. That's right, even though she's anything but slow!

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