3 comments for “Sources

  1. Thinking behind the schedules

    The two things which are firm here are the times of posts and the Daily Diversions.

    This blog has a tendency to post many times a day, particularly if there is much going on, which is most of the time. This can have the effect of crowding, swamping – no sooner does one post go up than another is hot on its heels. Some readers have said they have trouble keeping up with them all.

    If it’s cranked back to five posts a day, with the emergency option of a sixth at 2100 if something comes up later, then that gives each post a breathing space, which is necessary especially with those of other authors.

    The Daily Diversions need to be rigidly scheduled so they can be added to during the week leading up – it’s much easy to put them into draft as they come in, rather than try to find them later among the mass of files. Also, it makes me stick to doing it and providing some relief from the heavy topics.

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