So, I got a bit bored with the old look; as eclectic as it was, there was something a little inflexible about it which really didn’t suit what I want to do with this blog over the next few months.
That’s right, there is a plan.
After all, the initial idea for this place – to act as a repository for works in progress – requires me to have time to upload material. While this isn’t out of the question entirely, it puts a bit of pressure on me that I would prefer to do without.
With Bright Hub and DeviceMAG taking up most of my time (and a third blog/community possible to some soon) plus the usual Kasterborous and Cult Britannia material, it makes sense to focus on these.
However I have been pretty fortunate in carving out a niche for myself as a reliable blogger with a nice varied scope, and while those cookery blog gigs never came off, I think there is plenty to be shared here, particularly as I enter 2011 with Cult Britannia attracting readers. While the official launch is put back a couple of days, I think it is fair to say that with Thomas W Spychalski on key writing duty we should be able to get this new blog up and as successful as Kasterborous within the next couple of years.
So with that in mind, and the realization that as I’m earning enough money to live on, it only seems fair to start sharing what I’ve learned so far writing online, blogging and developing Kasterborous.
I’ll still be delivering all of the usual updates on my current projects (at the moment this mainly consists of me trying to crowbar Anthony Dry onto his Mac to finish off the Ultimate Regeneration cover) and rambling occasionally, but I’m hoping by sharing what I have learned over the past few months I can at least help someone else out and at best learn more.