This is a working weekend, so I won’t be around on the Twitter and Facebook very much. I will have a coffee post, do a few Facebook shares, and be around for #SundayBlogShare, but otherwise, I’m backstage. Here’s what I’m doing.
- Reconfiguring work space to make my online rambling easier to manage.
- Redesigning Sourcerer. The feedback on the new design was all positive, and I don’t think I can do better, so I’m going with it. Thanks to everyone who offered comments.
- The redesign is the next thing because I am ready to start announcing new contributors, but I want to get the blog right before I do that.
- Continuing my never-ending effort to get photos ready to start sharing again.
I’ve got to remove the wordpress.com domain from this address. Has anyone been through that with a free wordpress blog? Was it seamless, or did it create problems?
I am not talking about moving to wordpress.org. Just changing the public URL to a proper web address.
Here is why I need to know. I stopped sharing photos because I need every photo I share from here on out to be watermarked. Everything here is under a Creative Commons License, and photos are easy to copy and rename anyway. I also post photos at other blogs.The watermark makes it more difficult for my photos to be used without credit, and increases the visibility of my blog. It’s vital.
I don’t want the WordPress domain in my watermark and I am desperate to get the photos flowing again. I don’t just need them to fill in on the off-days at the blogs at this point. I need to be sharing one photo a day on Facebook and Twitter and get re-connected to my photoblogging friends.This is especially important to my Facebook plan, and I’ll explain why in a post at some point.