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Blogging - Quantity versus Quality

Although I blog at least once a week on average, I've always been the sort of blogger who spends a lot of time thinking about my blog posts. In effect, I've treated them like small magazine articles in which I write up the blog post, reread it, tech edit it, noodle on it some more, and finally post it. But that takes a long time. And, after much thought, I'm not sure that it dramatically improves either the efficacy of the information or is the best use of my time. So, I've been thinking about shifting gears on blogging into the "near Twitter" realm of blogging rapidly and without too much emphasis on clean grammar, well-structure paragraphs, and the like. What do you think? Is more content better? Or is better content more important? Thanks, -Ke

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