Yes, the terrible twos.
I should be more happy about this, but I’m not.
I’m a web designer. I make websites.
Sites come and go.
Some of the best websites I’ve done have since gone to website heaven.
My previous “passion project”, which was based on “The Matrix” movies, lasted six years until I got tired of it and took it offline.
Too many hobbies, not enough time to create websites for all of them (though I try).
Conventional logic should dictate that in order for a website to succeed, new content should be added every day. Well, I guess the reason why I’m a bit disappointed is that I don’t update this site every day or every other day.
Instead, I tend to be streaky. I go through some weeks where–BAM!–I update the site five days a week. And then there are other times where I can’t even find the time to update in two weeks. My last post was my tribute to Patrick Swayze…and that was 20 days ago!
For those who are still reading and not bored yet, here are some numbers–who doesn’t love stats?
In Puck Junk’s first season, I’ve updated the site 142 times–67 in-depth articles and 75 “off the cuff” blog posts.
During Puck Junk’s second season, I’ve updated only 85 times–25 full articles and 60 shorter blog posts.
In total, I’ve updated 227 times out of 730 days. Even if I omit Saturdays and Sundays, that would be 227/522, or approximately 43% of the time.
So, that’s adds up to a little less than every other day.
Lately, I’ve been swamped with school work. Grad school has been kicking my butt. I’m doing okay in my “Writing for Magazines” class, but I’m falling behind in my “New Media and Culture” class. One is a lot of writing, the other is a lot of reading. Both are time-consuming, leaving me little time for this site or my autograph blog.
Hopefully, this week I’ll be able to squeeze a little time out to write here and there. I’ve got a Card of the Week to post that’s been a thousand years in the making. I’ve got an interesting Chicago Blackhawks collectible to show off too. Finally, I conducted a hockey card-related “experiment” to see what would happen. I plan on getting these three little gems up on this site this week.