If an author had a creative blockage it was often referred to as blank page syndrome. The blank web-post syndrome is a bit different. Because the author knows, the text will be published, writing the post on the website's text editor causes people to stiffen up. Suddenly their writing is more formal and boring, or most likely they never finish it because they think it is not ready.
In order to maintain a conversational style it might be useful to have real discussions over a list and publish those. And mailing lists or Internet forums are great at that. Most people learn it the hard way, that maybe it is better to think twice before posting.
Of course, you could also use your personal email to do publish on blogger, but then you need to create a Google Account for your blogger writings... and you can't share that.
Google Groups are a great way to unblock the web-post syndrome and unlock some great posts. That the blog only knows one author, the Google Group might actually be an advantage. The author is kind of anonymous. Superficially anyway.--
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