I've "discovered" yet another odd thing about my blogging. When I was on the free trial period (I scammed a 90 day free trial!!) I blogged like crazy. Granted, the 90 days were from the end of September to the end of December, which had the hot blogging of the election smack in the middle of it. Yet, still I continued pretty regular and consistent blogging through the entire free trial period.
Oddly, now that I'm PAYING, I haven't been blogging as often. I've decided that I'm calling this - Hamilton's Pecuniary Theorem of Blogging. Here's the theorem:
There is an inverse proportion when relating the amount one PERSONALLY spends on their bandwidth versus the amount they actually blog.
For example, bloggers like Hugh Hewitt probably don't personally pay for their sites. Part of their "on air persona" and their business of talk radio. Big name bloggers like Glenn Reynolds have advertising that most likely pays for the bandwidth and puts some cash in their pocket as well. These guys blog like mad, they ALWAYS have something worth checking out.
However, bloggers like me, who don't do ads and pay for their online rambling from their own funds, well, we tend to blog when we feel like it and ignore it when the sun comes out (or any other good excuse...).
Just a theory, but I think it has some validity. Any scientific types out there who want to put this to a test?
Guess it must be pretty obvious to all concerned that the nice weather up here in the PACNORWEST is over... Raining again... blogging again...