Thursday, February 28, 2008

Some Quick Objectives

I am going to clean-up this template some today and then do some promotion. That means that things may be get a little funky in the meantime.

Any long-time readers may recall we went on a hiatus for several weeks a few months back when the template went funky. If any of those readers were with The Rundown a long time back (after it had been moved to BlogSpot and after Blogger had switched to their new templates), we had some layout issues there when we first upgraded as well. I eventually fixed the template here, literally by starting over from scratch and developing my own (modifying a free one I found online), but The Rundown "fixed" itself, meaning it was somehow a fault of the new Blogger template thingy.

What I'm getting at is that this next update is going to be pretty sweeping, so there is a possibility the template could get hosed again and I have so many plates spinning right now that, should that happen, it may be wonky for a week or two before I can fix it completely. I am actually setting aside chunks of the days remaining in the week specifically for this, so it shouldn't happen, but you know how I am with these things, which is why I am giving you the heads-up.

I am also going to clean-up the tags and do some promotion and marketing of the blog across the Web. I will likely make an entry or two detailing this in the Blogging the Write Way series. I am still figuring out how to do income taxes, and will have some more on that as well.

After that, I am going to be able to get pretty regular here because I am drafting a lot of "interim" posts - a technique I will explain in one of the Blogging the Write Way entries one of these days. To run it down, it just means that I am putting together posts that contain no timely material for "quick"-posting at a later date - such as market listings and grammar lessons. But, while I enjoy blogging here and on writing and blogging in general, Weird Ink will never be as regular as the other blogs.

It just doesn't have that high a fiber content.

© C Harris Lynn, 2008

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