#blogjune 2017


Sometimes consistency has its own meaning, even if screaming is involved.

It’s June once more, and once more it’s time to blog at a furious pace usually signifying little. However it continues to be fun and that is sufficient to continue. I am too much the old school blogger, rambling on from the days of web-logs, never been particularly successful at sticking to any semblance of professionalism in this space. This place is as it is.

It seems useful to start with a tally update and it worked well enough last year. My #blogjune stats to date as it moves into its eighth year:

  • Trampers on the Kepler Track, NZ.2010 – 34 posts
  • 2011 – 24 posts
  • 2012 – 23 posts
  • 2013 – 4 posts
  • 2014 – 30 posts
  • 2015 – 14 posts
  • 2016 – 34 posts

Somehow, in my 7th year of #blogjune I managed to blog as frequently as I did in my first year. That’s a little scary. Somewhat hopefully, my performance since while not fabulous has been almost steady, with a total of 22 posts between last June and this June:

  • 2 in July
  • 2 in August
  • 2 in October
  • 4 in November
  • 2 in December
  • 3 in February
  • 2 in March
  • 5 in April

I found May a little tricky this year, knowing that #blogjune was just around the corner. I have some leftover drafts from last year and a few ideas listed for this year including:

  • whisky
  • documenting all my snails
  • filmfest…always filmfest
  • books and bookbuying
  • mechanical keyboards
  • data/coding stuff

I wouldn’t mind throwing in some random snark too. We will see what version of reality eventuates.

2 thoughts on “#blogjune 2017

  1. ah, I love a well-organised, statistical approach !!
    I shall stay tuned : )
    PS. Are you tweeting your new blogs with the #blogjune hashtag so they don’t get missed?

  2. Sometimes I’m organised :) and yes, all posts will be suitably hashtagged and occasionally unsuitably.

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