Wired News: Bloggers Suffer Burnout: "Blogging for some is an obvious labor of love, and having a forum that belongs to them and enables them to write whatever they want, and have it seen by throngs of readers, is a very attractive proposition. This is especially true because blogging is a timeless endeavor and one that allows authors to vent about whatever's on their minds." (via Eclectic LibrarianBeing new to the world of blogging, fatigue hasn't set in yet. Nor do I suspect that millions are reading what I put up (I'd settle for tens!). There are blogs that are "destination reads" (see the blogroll on the left) and I have to admit that I feel disappointed when they don't post on a regular basis. Some blogs, though, have fallen by the wayside as they get updated seemingly hundreds of times a day. How do these people find the time to have a life? And how can they possibly really ponder the nature of their posts?