Not blogging

Dont feel like it. Dont wont to. Dont have to. AHHHHHHHHHhhhhhhhhhhhyeaaahhhhhhhhhhhh



Andrew Jones launched his first internet space in 1997 and has been teaching on related issues for the past 20 years. He travels all the time but lives between Wellington, San Francisco and a hobbit home in Prague.


  • Peggy says:

    Good on ya, Andrew! Yipeeeee!

  • Joe Miller says:

    Thank you for blogging about your unwillingness to blog 🙂

  • Rick Frueh says:

    Blog apostasy.

  • David says:

    trendy 😉

  • Mark R says:

    this post really spoke to me and transcended time and space.

  • Rick Frueh says:

    “And there was silence in the blogasphere about the space of half an hour”

  • brad says:

    ahhh … come on, now, you know you luv us, andrew … and that you luuuuuv blogging!
    but then, if we don’t take a blogging rest, a blog will arrest us!
    don’t want to contribute to your arrested development, and so will watch TV instead of read blogs, in honor of your temporary fast. which i hope ends fast. and if i don’t stop typing soon, i will contribute to a blog clog, which may be the reason you want to non-blog for a while, or maybe you’d like to just click and delete and un-blog us for a while. or …
    done –

  • OK…. not commenting then…. oh damn!!!

  • andrew says:

    and i am not even reading your comment!

  • becky says:

    What does it say that your “I’m not blogging” comment elicits more responses than some of your other meatier blogs? BTW-read Phyllis’ book “The Great Emergence” in preparation for an interview I did with her yesterday for “Sojourners” – would talk about it but you’re not blogging.

  • andrew says:

    you can talk but i wont be listening.

  • andrew says:

    actually, becky, i would break my silence for that.

  • brad says:

    ummm … is it possible, andrew, that you actually made a mental typo and instead of a blog FAST your hypothalamus meant to engage in a blog FEST?!
    so, trade out the vowels and go for it!!!!

  • becky says:

    In a nutshell, Phyllis traces how the Christian church has had an upheaval ever 500 years starting with the founding of the church of Acts, citing how we’re in the midst of another – The Great Transformation (Gregory), the Great Schism, the Reformation, and the Great Emergence (a term she uses to apply globally not just in an “emergent church” sense) – Fascinating and enlightening romp throughout history – makes it clear what I suspected that this is a global spirit that’s happening – we can’t stop it but we can hitch along for the ride. I am editing my piece once the Tribeca Film Festival is over and will holler when it’s published in Sojourners.

  • johanna says:

    No! you can’t do it that way. You’ve ALWAYS blogged – that’s how it should be!

  • Tom Cole says:

    Am I missing something, or was this blog post pointless?…..
    Oh, damn my own hypocrisy with useless comments!

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