For almost 5 years now at “On The Road With Dave”, I have been publishing “Sunday Thoughts”.
Over the past few weeks, it seems I have published little of anything else other than the regular editions of “Sunday Thoughts”. Blog readership is down, my updates are scarce, and my focus and direction are off. I believe readers may be disappointed in my lack of content.
The Internet is strewn with dead blogs, dead forums, and dead websites that serve more like tombstones, than placeholders, for sites that authors and webmasters have forgotten or lost interest.
“On The Road With Dave” has always had a small group of loyal readers, and the occasional visitor that has come to the site via a obscure Google search. But it has never really broken the ranks and become a hit on the Internet with 100s of blogs linking to it and thousands of visitors changing the site meter on a daily basis.
It’s saving grace was that it was at least consistent with updates and new content and the ever present, “Sunday Thoughts”.
Let’s see if I can get back on track. Let’s start today with an always appropriate thought based on what’s going on in my head at the time.
“After you’ve done a thing the same way for two years, look it over carefully. After five years, look at it with suspicion. And after ten years, throw it away and start all over.”
–Alfred Edward Perlman, New York Times, 3 July 1958