sbriggman wrote:Yeah, I remember that complaint of yours about PitchFuse. It's harder to rapidly iterate with it due to higher development costs and time, as it's a custom site.
Well, the more recent complaint stemmed from my most recent visit there. In a nutshell, for that type of site, the ability to right click is a big plus. It won't let me do what I am used to doing on many sites.
sbriggman wrote:CrowdCrux has always been the main site. This forum and others like Crowdfundingforum just arose because the industry is so new and sites like this need to exist.
Well, perhaps it has always been the main site, for you. For me, for comparison's sake, this site has always been the main site, as far as crowdfunding goes.
sbriggman wrote:Time management is tough in general. I try to write 2,000 words 5 days a week to line up blog posts for the future. Hard to do that and also interact on forums and keep everything going. I try to set specific days I'll do X. Some blogs like SalvadorBriggman.com will do one post a week. Others like CrowdCrux, do more.
So, your goal is ten grand in words per week?
sbriggman wrote:What are your others blogs?
None of any real consequence. My blogs don't tend to be business oriented, and most of what I do write doesn't tend to be on blogs.
I have a comic book related blog, one that gets very little attention, also, called Ye Olde Comic Book Temple
. It's mostly an outgrowth of my interest in both comic books and comic book style art. Both of those interests played a strong role in me becoming interested in crowdfunding. Of the 134 Kickstarter projects that I have backed, 50 of them have pertained to projects related to comics. That's no mere coincidence.
I also have a blog that was originally intended to track my interested in a particular artist. That blog has pretty much ground to a halt, though. It is called The Age of Justus
, and was intended to serve as a sort of tribute to the artist in question, a young man by the name of Nick Justus. Having been more than a year since I last posted to it, though, it would be easy to see why a visitor that happened upon it quite by chance might mistake it for being dead.
There's also another bog that is technically mine, but which hasn't been updated in a long while, either. I have largely disinvolved myself in play by mail gaming, and the entire site has begun gathering dust. That blog is located over at PlayByMail.Net
. I was publishing a free small scale PBM magazine in PDF format for a bit, but when I tried to transition that to someone else, the next issue never seemed to make it to publication. It remains an interest of mine, but these days, I have mostly allocated my personal time to other pursuits.