Twitter Tweaker to Twitter Quitter: Confessions of a Former Twitter Addict

For about six months, I used the popular social networking bloglet service, Twitter. I started Twittering as an experiment, because it looked like fun and like another way to make connections online. In the end, though, it almost ruined my (blog) life. ...more

... to make me disconnect from Twitter. I went in and tweeted a few times, but I'm not going ...more

NaComLeavMo

I am all for daily novel writing and, of course, daily blog writing, but rather than 30 posts about the numerous bowls of Cheerios I consume throughout the week, I am for daily comment leaving. Hence NaComLeavMo--National Comment Leaving Month (the "national" is relative to wherever you happen to be). Comments are half of the blogging experience, yet the comments box often gets short shrift, leaving the post simply dangling in the blogosphere. Comments give affirmation, support, closure. ...more
I comment on only a few blogs, I do not have a community just one or two writers I like to read. ...more

Yes, You can blog on BlogHer - and it just got easier

A couple of days ago, I was on the phone with a long time BlogHer member and she didn't know that she could post a blog entry on BlogHer. This morning, I opened up my inbox and found two emails from people who wanted to know how they could promote their work on BlogHer. The short answer, "Blog on BlogHer." Their response, "I can do that?" Yes. Yes you can. And, blogging on BlogHer just got easier for those of you who don't write your own HTML. ...more

It might be easier if you just email denise@blogher.com so I can ask you questions about how ...more