Recently, I completed a number of arrangements to have more attention on a few projects that I consider the most important work for my continued vocation.
That includes attention to my web sites, where I’ll be investing renewed attention, and my blogs, which need revitalization.
Although I have begun, I notice I’m not blogging about it.
That’s especially true at nfoCentrale Status.
I know what the problem is in that case. Although that blog tracks my activities and captures techniques to be reapplied elsewhere, the blog is not great as a reference. The categories are out of hand and the archives are difficult to browse. Then I let the setup fall into neglect, so now it is even more work to revitalize.
I have a solution for that. It takes effort. I will capture the important how-to techniques in web subfolders (what I call folios) so that there is an easy way to catalog and maintain the procedures and important clippings in an useful-to-me organization that I can always have access to. That access is on the site and on my mirror of the site and in my source-code control system and system backups. These provide mutual backups. (My commitment to have the site and the blog serve static pages is part of that assurance.)
Besides nfoCentrale Status and Spanner Wingnut, the only functioning blog for non-development purposes is Orcmid’s Live Hideout on WordPress. That blog is a stop-gap, created when Windows Live blogs were discontinued, strictly as an interim location until I manage to revive the intended permanent locations for those posts. That has been delayed for a very long time.
There’s more coming. It will be interleaved with other activities. The ant is moving the mountain, one grain of sand at a time. The ant is very determined.