Unless you're a writer at heart, blogging is a pain. It's not likely you're going to get rich, it can be hard to come up with content, and no one wants another "job" - at least I don't. Yet, I'm back at this for the third time. Why?
"Social networking" (blogging, tweeting, Facebook posts, etc.), can help curate some of the information coming at us. For example, a gentleman just reached out to me, this morning, about a CMS platform his team is building. I'm not in the market for a CMS, and I'm not even really a big fan of them, but he read one of my previous articles, and thought I might find it interesting.
It's not for me at the moment, but "my readers" are likely devs, with similar interests. Some of you may be in the market for a CMS, and so I shall share this gentleman's product with you - Composr CMS. Keep in mind that I've never used it, and only intend to try it the next time I need a CMS. I'm not confirming that it's great, or terrible; it's just a platform that I've been recently discovered. Let me know what you think, if you decide to give it a try. Maybe it's a good alternative for all of you disgruntled Drupal users. What a mess, right now...