Cutting down (on content addition)

I’ve just been too ambitious with the content I’ve been placing on line. It’s not that there’s anything wrong with putting content out there. It’s just that I have taken on too much for the amount of time that I have. With three active topic-specific blog that each have new content every day, I tried to add another topic-specific blog and reactivate this blog.

I realized it was too much yesterday. Then, today, as I was rebuilding this blog, I decided that the new topic-specific blog would just have to die. I can post the same content here as well as other material.

The blog I am “killing” is a “photo” blog, but the photos are not pictures that I or anyone that I know have take. It’s actually an image blog in that I have been posting both photographs and art images.

The twist on the blog that made it at least a little bit unique is that all of the images were acquired from the public domain, then cropped and digitally enhanced. However, all of that is time consuming and I just don’t have the time to devote to that and keep up with the already established blogs.

So the blog will go into retirement. I won’t delete it, just on the off chance that someone might have linked to some of the pages. I generally don’t delete on-line material; if I have a new version, I prefer to add a redirect. I hate broken links.

Post from one of my abandoned blogs – North Farnham Freeholder – recovered from Internet Archive WayBackMachine 2/27/2011 – page

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