I discovered many interesting articles on the subject.
In a PC Magazine article ,John Dvorak suggests: Ego gratification. Antidepersonalization. Elimination of frustration. Societal need to share. Wanna-be writers. He ads: "Some is shockingly good. Most of it is miserable. Whatever the reason for the Blog phenomenon, it's not going to go away anytime soon."
I prefer Dave Taylor's comments posted on the Intuitive systems web page:
"It's to have a voice, however small."
"To think that just like the people who write those fancy opinion columns for The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, you too can share your thoughts, vent, and complain to the public at large. There are lots of really smart bloggers who have interesting perspectives on the news, politics, sports, business, etc., people who wouldn't otherwise be heard in mainstream media."
To my blogging buddies: I look forward to your future postings. Thank you for sharing your time, your thoughts and your voice! Keep the postings coming!
From an "egotistical, antidepersonalized, no longer frustrated , wanna- be writer" who has a voice. REALTOR® gramEpat