Nice start. The posts are mostly very long, which doesn’t particarly entice me into reading. I like short posts, or long posts that are really well written, about a topic I’m already interested in, with a clear entry point so I know what it’s about, and links and space between paragraphs. At least that’s how I feel today. Grumpygirl did a fictional weblog a while back (can’t find the link now) that I rather enjoyed – it had quite brief posts, much more webloggy than Flight Risk. If I weren’t so tired I’d try and write something clever about the rhythm and so on.
I know I promised someone links to literary/fictional weblogs, but I can’t remember who. Was is JosÈ? Someone at humanistic informatics? Oh dear. I hope they’ll ask again.
[update, evening same day: Mark Bernstein has a nice long, interesting take on Flight Risk and why it works. I guess I do like long posts. If I’m interested in them :)]