When Does a Blog Stop Being a Blog?

According to the Caraballo Principle of Blog Viability*, two conditions must exist for a blog to be considered an “ongoing concern”. They are:

1) Content must be written and posted.

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I, for one, totally believe this cat is actually writing sophisticated content for his own blog.

2) Content must be read by someone other than the original poster.

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Am I the only one who thinks the keyboard on that laptop is waaay too small? Even for a cat?

You, my dear blog reader, are the peanut butter to my jelly, the milk to my cookie (I must be hungry), the yin to my yang (and that is not dirty in any way) – completing the wonderful symbiosis that is needed to keep this crazy thing going.

I’ll be back with more …

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Always,

- Felix

*The Caraballo Principle of Blog Viability is a wholly unscientific rule I made up this afternoon. Let’s see if it sticks.

Image Credits:

Writing Cat: exquisitewriting.com

Reading Cat: matthewfarmer.com.au

Evil Cat: izismile.com