State of the Website
On the cusp of the calendar rolling over into 2019 it seems appropriate to take a minute and reflect on the successes I’ve had with my website this year (as well as express some of my intentions for the new year). First off, this year has to be considered a wild success simply because I finally started delivering content into the framework I have spent ample time building out. The bookshelf section of the site is up to date, and I’ll be adding to it in real time as I finish books. My linked Peakery site is also up to date, though I intend to flesh out each of my summit posts more in 2019. And, I have been successful in putting out blog content every Saturday since July. With all of the other moving pieces in my life this one feels like a genuine success. It has become part of my weekly practice, and I aim to keep it as such.
So, what is in store for 2019? Well, as I already mentioned, I plan on keeping book and summit info updated in real time. I also plan on beefing up my photo gallery. In addition to adding more images I want to move the whole thing into a new platform that is prettier than Flicker. Haven’t landed on the exact solution for that just yet. As for my blog, it is my intention to continue delivering weekly content that explores the things I am learning and discovering during my time on Spaceship Earth. At the moment I’m thinking this might include some deeper, Utah-centric dives into the details that inform the weird and wonderful place I call home. Whatever shape it takes, it feels good to end 2018 on a website high note and to consider all of the potential that 2019 holds!