Looking over my blogs, I think about how some are active, while most aren’t. As you may know, I run six blogs, basically. One of them I consider my official author website, though. Let’s take a look at how they’re doing.
I Read Encyclopedias for Fun
This is my main blog. It wasn’t always my main blog, but it is now. This is what I update twice a day. I’m fully dedicated to this blog, and intend to continue using it for many years to come. It’s healthy and growing.
Jay Dee in Japan
This was my main blog before, but is now somewhat quiet. I update it infrequently these days, though I have a lot of Japan photos. It was originally intended as a place to keep my photos and organise them. It was a rather large task to do, and I ran out of steam doing it. I won’t abandon that blog, as I plan to continue work on it as before. There’s no timeline for that, though.
Foreign Dad in Japan
I started this blog before my daughter was born to document what it was like to be a foreigner raising a child in Japan. I continued updating it until my daughter was 2 years old. Then I decided, for her privacy, to stop. It is essentially retired, but will remain up for people to read.
Jay Dee Archer Official Website
I don’t update this as much as I should, but when I get the ball rolling on Journey to Ariadne, and the Ariadne Encyclopedia, it’ll be far more active. It won’t be as active as this blog, though.
This has been dormant since last July. It is not retired, though. Since I finished the photo experiment, I continued keeping track of the daily weather. In fact, I still do keep a record, and will publish to that blog. I also plan to do statistical analysis of the monthly weather.
Mainichi Dokodemo Photography
This has been stop and start for quite some time now. I haven’t updated since February. I’d like to post more, but I think I may retire that blog in favour of another photo blog. That’s right, another blog.
New Photo Blog!
I’ll be starting a new blog about urban photography, architecture, and technology. It’s going to be all about human creations, especially with respect to cities and towns. My only problem is trying to figure out a title for the blog!
I encourage you to check out all of my blogs. I will announce my new photo blog as soon as I get it registered and give it a good name.