After months of telling myself, “I’ll update the tech blog soon”, I am finally admitting that I don’t enjoy owning a tech blog. And since I don’t enjoy it, it seems silly to keep it around as a testament to the fact that I don’t write very often.
I enjoy my job as an IT consultant. I enjoy presenting, teaching, and learning new things about servers, storage, and virtualization. I’ve discovered, however, that I don’t enjoy continuing my day job into the little bits of my day that aren’t consumed by work. Thus, the end of this failed writing experiment.
To my twitter followers…
First, thank you for following me. I am going to continue a twitter presence, but my tweets will likely drift away from things IT into things that interest me on a personal level. So, if you find tweets along the lines of “Sunny and hot in Louisville today, wish I were on the river.” to be an annoyance, you probably want to unfollow me. I’m not saying that I’ll never tweet IT again, but it won’t be a focus.
To the (dozen or so) people who have been reading this blog, again thank you. It will be going away soon if for no other reason than to save the $36/mo it costs in hosting fees.
To the real techbloggers out there, especially the independent ones, keep up the good work. I look forward to continuing to read your thoughts and ideas.
Updated 2010-07-15: I’ve been prevailed upon not to remove this. I may even update it every now and then. Thanks for the kind words.