I had some of the Lumberjock folks come over and check out my blog and at least one of the cats (Outputter). The comment that it was hard to leave comments was helpful. I didn’t realize that I had the ‘must be approved’ bit turned on. That has been fixed.
Yesterday’s little bit that asked people to click on the link had some great comments too. David had a wonderful point, explaining why people didn’t want to click on the link. He explained that the Lumberjock community is just that a community, and it isn’t the same to have to leave, via a click, to read someone’s blog. I can completely understand this and I am sure there are lots of people, probably the majority who feel this way.
There was one comment that mentioned a preference for posts with pictures, and I agree with that 100%. I have not done as good a job of photographing my work of late. The photography portion usually adds an hour to the time it takes to get everything up, but I think it is worth it. I will try to do better, of course, I don’t know if he is one of the people who will read my blog, but his suggestion was a great one regardless.
Lastly, I would like to say I really appreciate all the help and feedback I have received in the first 72 days of my journey. I am sorry and saddened that most of you aren’t interested in reading my blog anymore. I will really miss your comments, but I completely understand. :-)
Well I have to get back to my woodworking and the blog. Tonight I made a horrible blunder while routing the dado on my beautiful table top. I almost cried. I was installing the miter track and though it is in, it is marred, but I digress.
Thanks Again Everyone (And the cats too)
-- Brian Meeks, http://extremelyaverage.com