So episode 3 and already I'm becoming overly introspective. What is blogging? typing whyblog? in to google was quite enlightening. I think, looking at the top link, it gave me some ideas.
It's like sitting around a virtual fire with some good friends, may be drinking a glass of winter warmer, and "chewing the fat". You get to hear some of your thoughts and try them out on people - judge their response - before they've become set in stone. Unless of course you're a journalist and then its entirely different. It strikes me that many people haven't really explored what they express verbally to any degree before they utter it in public. Of course this all relies on having an audience. So to the nub of it, I am now torn between polar opposites, the theme "soliloquy" implying that I am speaking in to the ether without care of an audience and the clear opposite - characterised by me regular reviewing my reader stats on blogpatrol - is my desire to solicit feedback from readers, to communicate.
This desire has got me in to trouble previously, I distinctly remember my Dad pleading with me on a long car journey to sit back and try to sleep - code I was clear on even then in the back of his blue Ford Cortina, for "Stop talking".
I suspect then you have an opportunity, with the patient tone of a father driving to Cornwall, to gently say "stop talking". The opportunity may not be around for long so don't delay!