I started my first blog in the 90s, back when it was called 'having a website.' I wrote about the technical details of making Internet apps, I shared some scripts, and I wrote about the books I'd recently read. That blog went offline when my registrar went out of business and, in the process, gave my domain to a squatter. Oops. My second blog was an experiment in which I decided to write a short article every day for sixty days as a writing exercise. This generated more noise than signal. There was one clear win, which was that several old friends reached out to me after stumbling upon it. However, the overall experiment was a failure, so I killed it and moved on.
This is my third blog. I don't know how I'll use it. I spend a lot of time thinking about software teams, internet tech, finance, and product development so those are likely topics. I won't write every day. Or every week. Or every year. We'll see how it goes.