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Why Do I Blog?

It's late, it's been a busy day, so why bother to spend 10 or 15 minutes at night jotting things down?

For me there are a few reasons, but the main one is that it's cathartic. I can unwind a little, let go of things, and sometimes think more clearly. When I was doing more authoring, a little writing after work helped to cement some ideas in my head, and many times gave me something to ponder or work on overnight or throughout the next day.

Taking a few minutes to write usually just makes me feel better, and better understand what's happened in my day.

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Steve Jones is the editor of SQLServerCentral.com and visits a wide variety of data related topics in his daily editorial. Steve has spent years working as a DBA and general purpose Windows administrator, primarily working with SQL Server since it was ported from Sybase in 1990. You can follow Steve on Twitter at twitter.com/way0utwest


Posted by Wesley Brown on 25 June 2009

The question isn't why you blog, its the volume at which you write that I find interesting. Plus, I know this isn't your only outlet. So, how much writing does your blog actually cover I wonder? Between Twitter, posting in the forums, blogging and writing articles I can imagine your keyboard must be replaced every 6 months or so :)

Posted by Steve Jones on 26 June 2009

Not every six months, but probably every year. I'm lucky in that it's a part of my job, so I have time to do it, but I get a lot of writing done.

Or maybe that's a lot of re-writing done ;)

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