When I log into Facebook, I see Facebook. When I visit your blog, I see you

One of the best arguments for blogging today, from Jason Kottke’s latest Noticing” newsletter:

Kari has kept her blog for the last 15 years. I love what she wrote about why she writes:

I also keep it out of spite, because I refuse to let social media take everything. Those shapeless, formless platforms haven’t earned it and don’t deserve it. I’ve blogged about this many times, but I still believe it: When I log into Facebook, I see Facebook. When I visit your blog, I see you.

I hope you see me here. If you don’t, that’s okay. I see me here.


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