1. Why do you blog?
2. What do you blog?
Photos of the beach; various theological topics - presently arguing with atheists; indulging my Sarah Palin obsession; short film reviews, lots of random stuff especially if it involves general geekery.
3. When do you blog? (Is it every day, once a month etc)
I tend to post a picture of the beach every morning, and then something else whenever I get the chance.
4. Where do you blog? (From home, office, anywhere)
From my study.
5. Who are you blogging for? (Your intended audience)
6. Do you publicise your blogs?
Not really. There's a link from the parish website.
7. Do you check your blogs for comments? if yes - do you find the comments helpful?
Don't really understand this question - comments get sent directly to my e-mail account, so I 'check' them whenever I check my e-mail. And I find all comments wonderful, even the ones that call me rude names.
8. By blogging Sermons etc - do you feel that this makes the time spent in preparation more worthwhile by being able to reproduce it and hopefully to wider audience?
I have blogged a few sermons, when I've felt there was a particular point in them worth sharing, but I've gone off the idea as I don't feel sermons translate very well into the different medium of blogging. These days I'd just tend to extract whatever I thought the interesting idea was and write it up differently. This may happen more in future as we have changed how we are doing house groups in the parish, and I plan to produce more detailed notes. Haven't had a chance to do much of that yet...