Saturday, 12 April 2014

The blogs that could have been, never were, or are yet to be.




















































24 comments:

  1. all the posts that never happen - sometimes life happens too fast to sit and put together the time to put the bits together. These orphans become the grist of the future, perhaps. I keep a folder labelled "random future typecasts" where I toss what doesn't get used. Occasionally something jumps out of there when things are slow. (:

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    1. That's not a bad idea really. I do keep all the work that I've thought of, but I don't always feel that some of the stuff is appropriate for posting at a later stage.

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    2. oh yeah, huge piles of un-used stuff. Usually because the moment where it's relevant has passed. Ahh well. At least it's on paper.

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  2. Yes, I'm with you there. These all looked interesting.

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  3. Congrats on 2 years...
    Gee

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  4. Congrats on 2 years...
    Gee

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  5. - and nice photos too! I think you should add: photo blog.

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  6. Finding the time to blog is the tricky part for me, Scott. I have one or two posts that are sitting in the 'drafts' section of blogger until I can devote the proper time to them.
    Congrats on two years, too, by the way.

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    1. Well, I know how you feel. And I often find myself throwing up something a bit... average, and just going 'Oh well, this is the typosphere! It is all about raw writing'.
      Thanks!

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  7. Yes, great photos - a picture paints a thousand blog words. And to think these are the ones that almost didn't see the light of day. :)

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    1. Well, most of them have several more to complete the story that would have come with them. But never mind.

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  8. Doesn't blogger have a scheduling option? Just write a couple of blogs when you do have time and then schedule them for when you don't have time. Or otherwise just post the pictures when you're having a lazy day, text isn't always needed you know?

    Congratz on the two years!

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    1. Thank you! Nice to be able to stick through with writing on it for two years.
      You're right. I should just post the photos and be damned with it! As for the blogs themselves, it isn't about timing them, but finding time to write them. Often I've written 4 pages of ranty-ranty drivel and gone 'no one wants to read that'! And other times, I just haven't had the time or the mindspace to write in a way that does the subject justice.

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  9. This all looks quite interesting. I trust your comments at the start do not mean that you're thinking of deleting your entire blog -- just moving the content onto another platform?

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    1. Yeah, that's the idea. I intend to shift across to another platform so I can have a bit more flexibility in my blog. Right now Blogger doesn't have the facilities that I need. As well as some other issues that I have with how google operates.

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  10. Ah, the ones that got away. I am familiar with this problem. I can form a lucid and thorough essay in my head while walking and forget every last word by the time I st down with half an hour to spare. These are lovely glimpses at what might have been.

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    1. I have done that many a time. Worse, I have thought up some amazing wording, only to later go to write and find my mind is blank.

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    2. It's a blogger thing! Happens to me at least twice a day!

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  11. Congrats on the milestone. Some stunning photos. I hope Filthy Labs makes a reappearance in the next iterations of your blog(s)

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    1. You know, I've been thinking of a few projects for the labs. But I've also been thinking something a little more grander than just the blog.

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