Very well, thanks.
My New Plan to post something every day seems to be working alarmingly smoothly. Although I mentioned it on the 31st of March, I’d actually been following it since the 21st, which means that I’ve managed a post every day for over a month without missing any. It does seem to suit me a lot better than my previous system so I’ll be carrying on like this.
There is a downside in that the endless march of new things sweeps interesting posts and discussions away rather quicker than I’d like, so I need to rethink how I archive stuff and review tags and suchlike. Just because a post has been bumped down the front page doesn’t stop it being worth commenting on or reading. I know I read all the comments that come through even though I may not have time to answer them all immediately. I do get there eventually. It does bring up the subject of what’s worth keeping/archiving and what’s ephemeral. Many of my articles are intended to be discussion seeds and reference that is worth reviewing regardless of when you find them, and so these need to be archived accordingly. Not everything is worth keeping though.
So what have you got to look forward to over the next month(s)? More of the same to start with. More rambles, a lot more design notes and conceptual stuff (on DZ, for example), more reviews, some painting and modelling work in my newly cleared painting area, and other things besides. Some of my games have expansions and additions waiting to be posted, and others need proper FAQs. I’m curious about whether video posts would help or at least add to my writing in parts. I don’t want to just talk to camera, but for some FAQs and certainly if I try battle reports and tactics articles they may be helpful. That will be a bit of learning on my part.
There’s always loads to do, and as long as you guys are happy to come back to read and comment I’ll be here posting.
See you tomorrow 🙂