blogging is dead - again!
Well, it took all year but some dope finally pushed out a "blogging is dead" article. I was wondering who was going to be the moron who would say it in 2010. Turns out it was TechEye.
Here's the deal when it comes to blogging: It's for people who like to write. If you don't like to write, you won't like to blog; it's that simple. To say "young adults" aren't blogging as much as they used to is for an obvious reason - they got older. You know all those super-huge tech blogs that exist now that didn't in '06? They're authored by those former "young adults".
It baffles me as to why anyone puts any credence into the magical-but-not-really 18-27 market, because blogging is for writers, and the "young adult" market does not write. That age group texts and plays video games, neither of which qualifies as writing.
Mr. Nick Farrell, thank you for keeping alive the tradition of being the village idiot who posted the annual "blogging is dead" article. You get to wear the dunce cap proudly until someone takes your place in 2011.
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