CARG Biblioblogging session @ SBL
Way back (last month) Ralph, as sacred rivers do, reminded us of passing time, and the pressing need to consider the question: "What should we talk about?
", at the time (if my forgettory does not lie) Rico(the blog) provided a reading list (not the "Random books from my library - The Strip-Built Sea Kayak: Three Rugged, Beautiful Boats You Can Build by Nick Schade." one) with the title "More Thoughts on CARG Biblioblogging Session
Now Mark G chimes in with a question about God-blogging: "What would Jesus blog?
" suggesting that at least one of the things we might do is discuss the content of the genre biblioblog. I agree with these (and any other worthy gentlemen overlooked - shame on the above mentioned forgettory, and I do remember an exchange on why there are so few female bibliobloggers...) suggestions, but suspect that a prior question is: What's the use of blogging to a biblical scholar? or Why bother? Because if we can't answer that one we might as well all stay home, and carry on blogging... (Would we then be "blogging a dead horse"?)