The Georgia Society of CPA's launched a blog last week and I contributed a few posts to help them get started. This one was about blogging versus chatting and I used the USCF's activities as an example of the behavior. As you can see, while USCF politics was discussed therein, it really wasn't about that. Rather, I addressed this question: why is it so hard for people to blog?
I think that this is especially of interest to the chess community. Chess in the US needs all the promotion that it can get.
Here's the link to the CPA Society's post: GSCPA
And don't forget about the Chess Blog Carnival coming up at the end of this month. (Plug!)
Footnote: While I did not mention names in that post, the chess community will recognize the references to Brian Lafferty and Brian Mottershead. Not important to the point of my posting, just FYI here in this forum.