To Post Or Not To Post
By Jim Bauer
September 10, 2019 5:48pm CST
I was sitting here, on the road again traveling, pondering the question, "Should I post, or should I NOT post?" I mean, I am BEHIND on my own posts, and so if I am not done getting back to all of the comments on the older posts SHOULD I be posting anything new? Get done with one thing before initiating starting having to get done with another, right? I have not decided yet whether I WILL post or will not. Decisions, decisions. Meanwhile I am trying to go through some of my notifications and will look for some other interesting posts to read and comment on. But should I post? Wait... This is not working... This IS a post, isn't it? Ugh. What gives?
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I used to do what I called 'circles.' In other words, mostly when commenting, I'd answer a notification, then pick a random person who commented on that post and read their post and comment, and then find another person on THAT post and read and comment. The fun part of that was finding some posts you might not otherwise find. I might start doing it that way again for a while. I have been kind of bored with 'most recent activity,' the place I find most of my posts to read and comment on.
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Part of what slows me down big time on responding to comments on my own posts is I pretty much make a habit out of going to read something from the commenter as well. So, going through my comments on my own posts takes more time—and you have to be sort of in the mood to do that.