25 May

Blogging is hard

When I started this blog, I wanted to try and see what will happen. I thought that I have so many things to say and to write about. I still do. smile

But as I found out soon enough, making a decent-quality blog post takes hours. And I don't have that much free time. So, I had to choose between making half-assed posts with pretty kittens and lists of "Top-X things you don't really care about", or taking my time to write a proper post about something (technical) that I learned recently - at the expense of less frequent updates.

I chose to write less often. Currently I'm managing to make one proper post per week - and I really hope to keep it up that way. Of course, the more feedback I get, the more motivated I'd be to write. So, it's all in your hands.. wink

On a related subject, I added a simple captcha to the comment form. Looks like it's working really well to keep most of the spambots away. But if you encounter any problems with it, please let me know.

11 thoughts on “Blogging is hard

  1. take your time to make proper posts, anyway your blog is a site where you share whatever you want to, so it's your desition when, how and where.

    PD. nice work with your blog kao, keep it up.

  2. Hi

    Quality is more imprtant than quantity
    as you see there so many useless super duper video tutorials about finding the bad boy and changing the jump but there are less intersting reverse engineering quality blog

    So the nice quality and forget about every day post

    Regards
    S!NAN

  3. Hi kao,
    if you ask to me, I always prefer quality over quantity (like sinan wrote) :)
    Given the fact that I haven't so much time too, one "article" a week - if you'll manage to keep this posts-rate - is PERFECT!

    The stuff you publish and the attention you put into writing clear and precise explanations (and also eye-catching ;)) is awesome and make more and more enjoyable reading your blog.

    Thank you so much for your knowledge sharing attitude ... and, don't worry about infrequent updates: personally, every tip/technique/tool you deal with helps me growing a bit in my "life in hex" :D Please keep up!

    Best Regards,
    Tony

  4. I've just found this blog, and I found quite many useful informations. I will save it to my "visit it" folder :D :D Thanks for posting and I'd like to see further posts :)

    Thank you!

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