A Question From Convalescence

Having stockpiled a good number of sick days throughout the athletic season when they probably should have been used (working a basketball game in a cold production booth with a temperature =not fun!), I woke up with a pounding headache around 4a and decided to utilize such a day. I wish it wasn’t so bright in my place, though.

I plan to compose something a little more in-depth later, but I want to pose a question for those that read this every so often (I’m still in awe that I get views on days when I haven’t updated, and I am very thankful to have such):

As a reader of this provided rambling (or any blog), what compels you to comment on content? 

I’m interested as I know what makes me want to connect and respond to something posed on other sites, but don’t know if I want to strive to craft such myself or not.  Not that I feel like I’m doing something wrong, but just like knowing what makes creatures of the digital web tick.

Don’t feel pressured to leave anything, but I’d love to start a dialogue about such. Look forward to seeing if I have any comments post nap attempt.


  1. I'm much more apt to comment on a blog if the author (like yourself) directly invites commenting on a particular subject. It adds another layer of warmth to the invitation.

  2. I'm on the same page as Sarah. I rarely leave comments on blogs unless initiated by the poster (or something in the blog just compels me to reply... such as if it was extremely humorous). :P


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