I have many, many ideas for blog posts, but I try not to inflict them upon you, unless I feel they are likely to be useful or interesting.
However, one thing I noticed since I started blogging is that sometimes I have problems judging what people find interesting. For example, I almost junked A few heretical thoughts about library tech trends which I thought was just full of my fluff opinions but it seemed to have struck a chord with some, and according to Post Rank it's my fifth most impactful post?
So I've decided to ask you directly. I'm going to list the title (preliminary) of about half a dozen draft blog posts and a brief synopsis of what the post will cover, and you can leave your comments on which ones you would most like to read.
Title : My information consumption habits or how having a smartphone changed the way I work
Does that imply that our circumstances are similar?
Status : Essentially completed
Title : A few things about the library world I don't get
PS : I considered opening a poll, but I thought it would be better to read comments directly. While commenting you might also mention what type of posts in the past you loved reading the most or have impacted your work the most so I can help me produce more content that will be useful for you.