in Things I think I think

A dedication to not skipping good content because of time

One of my least-favorite qualities about the way I consume information and subsequently blog about it is my slavishness to recently-written content.

As if something that was written a week ago is less desirable as a piece of content than something that was written an hour ago.

One blogger I’ve seen consume what he wants to consume regardless of its (or his) position in time is Tim Challies. I’ll see articles linked on his blog that I read about on Twitter a month ago.

That’s a fine thing and one I need to adhere to more as a blogger — we should be reading what we want to read, things that change us, not based on when these things were published but based on how good they are.