Dull blogging

From Bondi Books blogspot:
The dullest blog in the world

I was sitting on a chair in the living room. My pen was lying on the table. I reached out my hand and picked up the pen.
116 comments for this entry. And yes, this blog is a must read for anybody who is on a blogger’s block. It doesn’t provide any material(dull, dull, dull) but certainly offers a chance to look one’s blog from a different point of view.

One of the advice from 10 tips on writing the living web.
If your job bores you, it will bore us. (If you despise your job with a rich, enduring passion, that’s another thing entirely!)

I couldn’t see if the author is innately boring or trying to be boring. Must be former. Must be.
Most of the bloggers, including me, is trying to fill the blank space with something thoughtful, entertaining, or simply interesting. And after this long, time consuming, and emotionally exhausing effort, looking into the access log or the number of comments we feel disgusted most of the times. If our intention lies in collecting attention, then putting too much work on conventional way might not be the right answer.

Another thoughtful advice from Raiders of the Lost Ark

The scene in Cairo in which Indy just shoots a sword-wielding man was intended to be a long, choreographed fight scene featuring Indy’s whip versus the Arab man’s saber. ‘Harrison Ford’ , suffering from dysentery after three months of filming in Tunisia, couldn’t face the three additional days of filming and suggested that this much shorter version should be tried instead.