I'm considering making a slight change in blogging patterns. I haven't made a final decision yet, but I think this is what i want to do:
Use Live Journal more for personal stuff, ranting and raving. I'll post political stuff to the appropriate communities to offload that burden from you the reader. If you want to read that content, you can find it in either conservatism
. If there is something relevant to the State of Alabama, it will get posted to News Platoon
and potentially the communities.
Film reviews will be posted to Montag's Reviews
and other sites
as I get signed. I think I will probably also put those reviews here on Live Journal, but I'm highly considering either starting or joining a film/film review community for these posts.Xanga
will still be the catch-all place but with a lot of additional white noise. If you don't like posts that are just a You-tube video or a Demotivator without additional explanation, Xanga will not be your choice of feed for my content.
I will continue to link to news stories on Twitter
and Xanga Pulse
Of course, if you're friends with me on Facebook
, all of my posts should eventually go through there, though Facebook is selective about what it does and doesn't show you based on your interests. The idea here is to start eliminating superfluous redundant content between schpydurx
and Professor Tom
As always, though, I don't want to act without hearing first from you the reader. While it's true that I do use my blog to vent or report my findings and that there will always be protected and potentially private posts (I can't think of a post anywhere I have written and have set the security to private–that is to say where only I can read the content. There have been a handful of posts that have started out protected and went private, but not the other way around.) and I still hold the philosophy that one should blog for themselves, I also understand that what makes blogging work is the dialog between the blog writer and his readers; therefore, I herby submit this proposal for your consideration and request your feedback. It is possible that in the no-so-distant future I may trial one some of these plans and that I may only make the distinction in my head, but as always, Dear Reader, I want to announce my intentions and hear from you first.