Every time I set out to write a blog post, I impose myself a “high standard”. Even having decided to churn out piles of clay, the tendency to want everything to be perfect comes back : the post must be lengthy, every idea must be carefully thought out. Well, no. Here’s what will happen instead: Ideas will be half baked. The reasoning will be flawed. Or else completing the challenge will be impossible.
Also, maybe blogging writing shorter posts will have the same advantage as programming writing shorter functions (in the hope that the posts will assemble in a coherent whole, who knows).