I got this via Craig Cmehil’s blog, who got it via someone else …
1. Do you promote your blog?
No. I started blogging as a means of exploring my own creative writing capacity, and still do. Getting referenced occasionally by some of the big names in enterprise software blogging does help though, and I think that using trackbacks also helps.
2. How often do you check hits?
Not very often, because of #1.
3. Do you stick to one topic?
In general I try to, but if I feel something is worth blogging about I don’t restrict myself.
4. Who knows that you have a blog?
My employers, a director of our ERP vendor, some bloggers overseas.
5. How many blogs do you read?
I have 89 blogs in my Google Reader RSS reader, and try to read them all.
6. Are you a fast reader?
Yes, and Google Reader helps.
7. Do you customise your blog or do anything technical?
I have done some basic customisation of my blog, but I still feel like quite a novice when it comes to the technical stuff of WordPress blogsites.
8. Do you blog anonymously?
Yes, because when I started I wanted to be able to comment about things close to my business without being censored. I have revealed my first name, but I am still reluctant to divulge my full details. However, a couple of overseas bloggers have revealed my full name.
9. To what extent do you censor yourself?
I believe I have to be responsible in what I say, and I don’t like to be over-critical even when I feel highly emotional about something, so I reckon that means I do self-censor to an extent.
10. The best thing about blogging?
The bloggers I have encountered around the world as a result.