I was reading this link, about a guy who has an ASP.NET blog (i.e., hosted at http://weblogs.asp.net), and he was concerned that his blog wasn’t in some sense technical enough for that forum.  I’ve thought a bit about that too; since my blog is hosted here at GotDotNet, I feel some obligation to post about .NET, and in particular testing .NET (given that is my job).  However, in my limited blog experience so far, I find that I really only come up with some detailed original thought worthy of publication every week or two – and I also know that when I read other people’s blogs, I prefer ones that are updated more frequently.  

So I include other material that I find interesting; random thoughts, details from my life, interesting things I find on the web.  I still want to post about .NET, Remoting, and testing – but I have other things I want to talk about too.  I just hope that my generous GotDotNet hosters are OK with this format – I’m lazy enough not to want to have to go set up another blog somewhere else if I don’t have to.

I’ll admit that I could be swayed by your opinion – so if you’d like more meat, and less fluff (but with less frequent posting), let me know.