Are blogs a dying communication tool?
Yesterday I read the "good-bye" as of June 1 on Squawk Radio.
Today I caught up with Miss Snark's "the end" posted on May 20. Not that I visited Miss Snark very often because I wasn't convinced she was a legitimate agent. Even Kelly, who used to blog every day has cut back to only a few times a week.
What's going on? Have MySpace and FaceBook taken over? Or have writer's decided their time is better spent writing?
I use my blog to procrastinate. Right now I should be out mowing my lawn but it looks like it might rain. I wish it would so I could put it off for another day. All my neighbours were out yesterday mowing and weeding. I don't weed because I've made peace with my dandelions - it's all in your perspective whether something is a weed or not.
On the writing front I've rewritten my synopsis one more time, hunted down a place to purchase American Stamps for my return SASE and keyed in my last round of revisions to the MS.