About

I’ve tried niche blogging. It didn’t work. Thanks to some inspiration as a result of Twitter of all things, I realized, why not just blog about… everything? At once? In one place? If people want to look up specific things… that’s what categories are for. So, I’ve decided to put this radical vision into effect.

My interests span a great many things: strategic thinking, the English language, the Japanese language, history, culture, civilization, modern trends, modern video gaming, anime, manga, novels, non-fiction books, and even more.

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. the1fool
    Dec 15, 2009 @ 04:01:13

    More power to ya! If you aren’t blogging as a career, niche-blogging can be quite restraining to one’s individuality.

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    • Jeremiah
      Dec 15, 2009 @ 11:26:52

      I wouldn’t mind it being a career, but I’m not there yet. And besides, as you can see from my tag cloud, my interests are varied enough that I’d need ten blogs to do them all justice if I was niche blogging them all! So this is the better solution.

      Reply

  2. Greg Linster
    Jun 25, 2010 @ 14:03:30

    Hey Jeremiah,

    I like the concept for the blog. I too have varied interests and have taken a similar approach. Best of luck!

    Cheers,
    Greg

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    • Jeremiah
      Jun 27, 2010 @ 18:21:12

      I’m varying my approach now. I’m reviving blogging in general since I have more time (for better or worse), but I’ve begun a pile of subject-specific blogs in addition to this. I can make this about strategy and myself, but other things need narrower focuses. That, and I have been educated more about SEO and how bad I am at it! (No kidding, I suck at SEO.) Anyway, I’m subscribing to your blog’s RSS and look forward to catching up.

      Reply

  3. Anonymous
    Apr 03, 2012 @ 03:31:30

    Hi there. I was wondering, would you be interested in contributing a little something to The Occupied Times (the newspaper produced by the London bit of Occupy) if so, drop a line to me at charlie “dot” skelton then an “at” sign and then endemoluk followed by a dot and then a com. Thanks!

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