One thing I miss in blogging is the support that you would get from other bloggers. I have been blogging since 2008 and the support pattern you would expect to get no longer exists. Many “very good” blogging resources stopped blogging because of that; plus, the fact that Google changed their search engine algorithms over the years where the traffic bloggers were getting noticeably decreased. Posting material that people will read and developing a following is not an easy task. For myself, I look at maintaining my site as a daily mental exercise and hobby (in something I have a passion for). I personally have learned a great deal from blogging and about information technology.
One blog that has stuck in there (and supported my blog) is the “TCAT Shelbyville – Technical Blog“, even though it had gone silent for awhile. This blog is managed by the “Tennessee College of Applied Technology“. Their postings you will find are computer technical issues that I am assuming that they come across or discuss in a classroom setting, then post them to the blog for us to digest (so that we can learn, as well). I have always enjoyed their blog and included them in the “Bookmarks4Techs” collection that I recently revamped.
Anyhow, glad to see their blog ramping up. Below is some of their most recent postings:
- Good tweak or bad tweak? TweakHound helps you decide.
- Display Driver Uninstaller
- Change network adapter priorities in Windows 10 – PowerShell
- Is your AHCI Link Power Management viewable from the Power Options Console?
- Error 1935 while installing Office