National Blog Post Month (NaBloPoMo)

It's National Blog Post Month! I found out about it when I saw Terence Eden tweeting about it this morning:

This is a pretty cool thing, and it turns out my friends in the IndieWeb community may know about it as there is a wiki page for National Blog Posting Month.

I've decided that I too will be celebrating it, and will be doing it as a way to help me push out posts that are smaller, and have a bit less time invested in them, because some of my posts are incredibly long and require a lot of time to get them written. But I want to improve my ability to write something quickly, so that's what's happening.

When saying I was going to participate, my friend Andrew Seward jokes:

I get it, I blog a lot πŸ˜… Expect to see lots of smaller chunks of content over the month (marked up with the nablopomo-2019 series), and I hope I'll be able to keep up with it.

Gregor Morrill has got a bit more info about it on his own blog post about NaBloPoMo if you want a bit more info on it.

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