So we’re on day 3 (day 2 of you’re behind) and the plan has been made to help commit to this challenge.
With this I’m launching a couple more blogs for the network
Are You Mad!?!
Probably. The thing is, I can (apparently) be pretty talkative one I get found and after many months of trying it different job, volunteering, student and other roles, I come across various tools and techniques that are I’d love to share with the world with a little added translation/interpretation on the sales jargon & technical terms as well as a fair review form my point of view.
The issue with doing such a wide variety of topics on a single blog (web, audio, AV, video and visual technologies, student life, hobby projects, web apps, musings, educational technologies and Blended Learning and more), turns it into a mass sea of menus and a homepage with content that resembles wading through a broadsheet the thickness of a small novel whenever you choose to read it.
You Have A Point
So the hope is with starting these extra sites I can break up the content a bit more allowing to you read about and discuss things you might be intrested in.
So, as part of Blogtober (and hopefully here to stay) the following sub-sites have been launched:
- The Sunday Roast – My weekly blog looking back at the week across the world, the UK and personally and a journal of my current internal ramblings.
- Friday Mike Project – Another weekly one focusing on the many different weird and interesting ideas I occasionally have for home improvement and beyond.
- The Noodle & Bean – After being a dormant idea for 4 years, I’m finally launching my take on a student survival guide. After bring a student warden for two years and living out 6 years of university life I hope I can impart some advice and knowledge I wish I had when I first started my course. Granted my campus was much smaller than most it might not fit all students, but with any hope I can inspire some and those that feel they can also contribute are also welcome to join.
I hope these blogs can continue through the month and beyond and I’m always happy to hear your feedback your contributions.
Happy Monday all and I wish you a good week.