The fundamental problem with blogging is the underlying assumption that ideas are best expressed quickly rather than thoughtfully. Frank Lynch illustrates:
If I blogged about every alarm, then a few weeks ago I’d have been raving about the NYC subway fire that knocked out an entire local line and struck an express line down to one-third its normal capacity, and how it was going to take 3-5 years to restore it, and the impact it was going to have not just on New Yorkers but on New Jersey commuters who come in on a bus over the George Washington Bridge. But I didn’t, I was too busy. But then a few days later when the original timeline was brought back to a matter of months, I said, you know, I should write about how quickly things change and how sometimes it makes sense to hold your opinion back. But I didn’t, I was too busy. And so now, today, that local line that was supposed to take years, then months, is actually working as of today.
The moral of the story remains: don’t blog everything.