All bloggers are created equal. We start out with a blank template, an idea, a hope of words to come, but we do not stay equal. In my journeys around the blogosphere, I have noticed many different kinds of bloggers. What kind are you?
Blogger - one who blogs on a regular basis.
Clogger - one who clogs cyberspace with unused or abandoned blogs.
Plogger - one who plugs away at their blog, managing one or two posts a week.
Slogger - one who blogs occasionally. Halfway between a clogger and a plogger.
Logger - one who logs in frequently to check stats and comments.
Flogger - one who blogs to sell a product or an idea.
Glogger - one who guzzles while blogging.
Catalogger - one who blogs while holding a cat in their lap.
Kittylogger - one who blogs while a kitten sits on the keyboard.
Epilogger - one who blogs about the end of the world as we know it.
Monologger - one who blogs on and on about a single topic.
Dialogger - one who carries on digital conversations with commenters.
Decalogger - one who blogs about the Ten Commandments or other religious topics.
Decilogger - one who has ten or more blogs.
Analogger - one who doesn't blog. Also one who doesn't know what a blog is or doesn't own a computer.