Marching into March

Even though I had to cheat a bit, I did manage to get a post up for every single day in February. (Cheating? Yeah, I took Harry’s advice and sometimes I posted retroactively a bit, by backdating a post. Mwaahaaa.)

January wasn’t so good, with only 25. But I will add some photos retroactively to bring it up to 31, maybe this weekend. I enjoy blogging, but I’m still trying to work out the best time to do it each day. And as I predicted, there’s a very varied audience here. I’ve got TiVo fans, co-workers, relatives, and friends stopping by, which makes it a bit challenging to hit the right tone. Some people are only interested in TiVo stuff, others only in pictures of Sammy. Ideally I’d split things off into their own blogs, but that seems like too much work to me right now, so I’m going to just keep writing about whatever happens to catch my interest that day. Thanks for hanging out with me in February. If you have feedback for me, let me have it.

We get “March,” by the way, from the Roman month Martius, named for the war god, Mars.

2 Responses to “Marching into March”

  1. Scrappy Says:

    Glad you mentioned that you snuck some posts in earlier in the month or I would have missed them! =)

    I like your blog and am happy to read it AND post comments… Now about my sad blog… =)

  2. Dave Zatz Says:

    Write whatever the heck you feel like writing. It is your blog after all, and like most blogs I assume you work on it in your free time so it should be fun. 🙂 The beauty of news readers is that folks can easily find the stories that interest them. I have the Google Reader set to only display headlines (and a portion of the first sentence), so it’s pretty easy to zip around dozens and dozens of blogs and key in to the posts that interest me.

    I’ve never backdated a post (which could be taken the wrong way since I also cover ‘news’), but I frequently schedule posts to run later in the day or week – especially useful when writing on the weekend, though most reading is done on weekdays or when I’m given embargoed info.

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