Yes,November is gone without a single post. Sad. Why, you ask? well, as the name of my blog suggests, all I can do now is explain.
So, first reason is, of course, time. Yes, I'm busy. No surprise there.
Second, I was mostly engaged with marketing the new release. I usually get most of my blogging ideas while coding, so this meant a dry spell for me.
Third, I did start writing several posts but gave up on them in the middle. Sometimes I attack subjects which require too much research and I simply don't have the time and energy to complete the research around it.
Finally, twitter. I often find myself just expressing my idea in 140 characters and letting it go, just like that. It is possible that blogging for non-professional bloggers is phasing out. On one hand, people are getting sucked more into the microblogging world. On the other hand, blogging becomes a more established profession as it replaces (or at least joins) the written press. I read articles from Lifehacker every week in my newspaper (The Marker) and TechCrunch is often quoted as a very credible source. Blogging for non-professional seems like a dying trend.
Well, I still have plenty to say and I'm back into coding, so I hope to pick it up soon.