I have all but stopped blogging completely.
I used to post daily on MySpace, then as commenting and attention waned, I lost interest in putting so much effort in to it (though I still change my custom background monthly). I've made peace with the fact that I'm not one of those people who blogs for themselves, to document stuff of importance- or one who's all open with their personal life. I tend to do it to share some kind of information. To entertain, amuse, inform- that's my format.
However, when your audience is small, and not terribly interested in participating, it gets old. Fast. That's been my experience anyway.
So now I'm almost exclusively LiveJournal-ing. Even then, there's a slant to my posting, because my boyfriend has read-access, so I don't rattle on about how fine Reggie Bush is (which hardly counts because that's like- common knowledge), or even about how pissed off I am that it's nearly 11pm and I haven't heard from him all day. Cause yo- that sucks, see? I am on a few groups over there though; including a knitting community, local washington dc communities, and a very special all-girls group where we talk about buys/sex/whatev. In my journal, I mostly just complain about whatever has excited or inconvenienced me that day. WOO-HOO. I'm pretty sure people are losing interest in me there too.
So I'm deciding whether or not it's worth it to me to purchase a domain independantly, and start some sort of *formal* blog, outside of Blogspot/LJ/MySpace... hell, I hardly even Flickr anymore. It's mostly Ravelry (which is SO RAD, btw; and a great model of what a niche internet community/web 2.0 app should be) & ThisNext.
I suppose one thing I'm wondering is this: if I'm still popping up in your RSS reader or you occasionally visit, drop a comment or something and let me know. I'm determining whether or not to pull the plug altogether.