The way I spend my day has changed quite a bit over the last year, since I have joined the iLab Ventures full-time. I am now a part of a normal office set-up, with a minimum half-hour commute each way. One of the consequences has been the decrease in my blogging activity.
I first started blogging, back in 2005, treating it as a personal journal. My main objective was tracking my interest and thoughts in technology and the internet business. I was also heavily inspired by the prolific Fred Wilson, who turns out well-written and thoughtful posts. With time, I started spending more time on each post.
I am now switching back to a shorter form of blogging. My friend Scott Heiferman does this very effectively and I doubt my posts will be as concise as his. But I have decided that I am tired of postponing (and usually never getting to) posting because I don’t have enough time for it. I’ll try shorter posting for a while to see how it works out.