Setting a Posting Schedule

Setting a Posting Schedule

It’s been a pretty busy few weeks. On the home front, I’ve had house guests for the past three months, and I’ve been painting the basement so I can move my studio back into it. On the work front, there’s more freelance work, networking, and all the activities related to the Printable CEO Phase II. It feels good to be busy, but this has come at the expense of daily posts on the blog.

To compensate for the reduced posting schedule, I’ve been writing longer articles, but last night I thought that I should probably balance them out with shorter ones. So I’m thinking Wednesdays will be a day of Quick Blurbs, Written Quickly. Mondays and Fridays I’ll reserve for longer researched articles that sit for a few days. We’ll see how that goes.

UPDATE: Well, that lasted for about 30 minutes :-) Decided that I’d just post a regular quick-link on Wednesday, as putting together a whole list of them took as much time as a whole regular post!


  1. hillbilly 17 years ago


    Nice site design. Okay, I need your advice.
    So, I wanna make my little sister’s site, and I am looking for site template.
    Can you suggest some online place or other resource where I can find many site templates?

    It would be better if it will be free:)
    I think many of us have personal sites, do you design it yourself?

    Regards, Bill.


  2. Dave Seah 17 years ago

    I’m using a blogging package called WordPress, which I’ve customized somewhat to look like it does here. It’s installed on a server that I pay a monthly fee for.

    To get started with your little sister, you could set up your sister with a free hosting site on or blogger, and they allow you to choose from a number of free templates. You can also do a google search on “wordpress template” and see what pops up…there are hundreds of them!

    If your sis decides she likes blogging and keeps up with it, then you can look into using a host like TextPattern, BlueHost, DreamHost, A Small Orange, or Media Temple and pay around $9-$20 a month for a more customizeable experience. You could import all the old content from the blog then and start new on your own domain.

    That’s what I’d do, anyway :-)