Occasionally, when I’m alone (a rarity in this e-era) a thought comes to me. But I was unable to elucidate it in sentences. Now, Atul in one of his sixteen blogs, coincidentally, expresses those feelings in a manner (as usual) that I wouldn’t have managed to.
…blogs, like memories, don’t die. Or something to that effect. And I believe so. People delete blogs, they stop writing at their blogs, yet blogs themselves don’t die. They may be pushed back in the darkest deepest recesses of an inaccessible server somewhere, but they don’t die. At worst, they don’t grow – they stagnate for want of nutrition.
Blogs don’t die. Bloggers do. They die two kinds of death, one of which is certain.