Sometimes it's good to be merry, merry and quite contrary!
Figured it might be a good time to do a throwback Saturday/Sunday/Weekend sort of thing as I don't think I've posted this one yet, though now I do think I have. Arrgghh! Made it back in November of 2009. Hayley has been doing a standard Throwback Thursday like you'd see on Facebook since her old blog is gone, and it's a good opportunity to see her old work again, integrated into the current stuff. Since the weekend is usually slower around here, I am thinking about doing the same thing but towards the weekend naturally.
Which leads me to my questions ..
- Are you reading the old blog posts, or mostly just skimming the most recent things I've done here?
- Do you search out captions based on the labels/keywords that are available (like hypnosis, heels, or pregnancy?) or pick out a certain year and month to browse through what I made say in April of 2012?
- Should I repost entire posts if I wish to re-play an older caption so people that weren't around when they were originally uploaded can read what I said then .. and if yes, should I update what I said then in the post, or have a spot where I can comment on the original post or keep it the way it was?
Another option would be to make another blog and call it the retro lunch or something incredibly clever like that and then start posting stuff from back when I started doing this one. That way it wouldn't interfere with the new stuff I am posting here. An advantage on one hand because I could keep them separate, but also a disadvantage because I have enough trouble getting people to come to this blog with a decent following, never mind starting another one from scratch. Would you want to visit HERE and another blog to look at something this blog posted 4 years ago?
I really need your opinions on this as it could really influence what I am going to do going forward. The way life has been recently, my TG caption work will likely be in spurts, so augmenting the current output with stuff from the past seems like a way to generate something for people every day or two without stretching myself too damn thin AND keeping up a certain stretch of quality work. I don't wish to release substandard work, but sometimes it might be the only thing in the pipeline.
Have at it in the comment section. There are no wrong answers and I will ruminate on everything posted, perhaps answering any questions you might have AND I might have things to say back to you if your suggestions are valid and intriguing.