I feel like most of the things I do online these days are fruitless and not productive and nearly not as fulfilling as blogging can be.
The truth is while before blogging came naturally, these days it will take more of an effort. I don't even mean an effort of inspiration or commitment to blogging, I mean an effort of attention. Have you found that the Internet is ruining your ability to focus on one thing at the time, even your ability to think and write something from beginning to end? Well, I feel this way and I'd like to have my concentration back, please.
But that's not the reason I want to be back - though the number of times I've stopped writing this post to go and check other browser windows is quite unnerving - it's mostly because it's an old habit that is a lot more interesting than most of my current habits and I miss all the interactiveness and camaraderie in blogging.
I don't know what I'll be blogging about, to tell you the truth. After being almost away for so long(I was neither here nor away, it was a strange combination) it became very awkward to be talking about my life in a blog - I don't mean to the friends I made here - but to the random reader, the stranger that might pop round and visit. In all honesty, I was never one to share too much and I never really believed I owned a blogged - it more like 'I write in a blog'. But I'm sure I'll find something to share.
The reason I mentioned thinking about joining Tumblr is that it's a much more obvious way to share contents - be they texts, videos, visuals - and less of a diary format. But Tumblr has the very annoying thing of not allowing comments in the way Blogger does, it allows people to comment but only if they have a Tumblr and reproduce what you posted in their own page, which I dislike***. So for now I'm here and this is probably the most boring post I've ever written.
[*** Vesper de Vil has told me a way of allowing comments on Tumblr from other social network sites, it is possible, but right now I'm enjoying this old format again.]