Posts You Didn’t Read But Should Have

Friends I am hard at work preparing the most perfect, popular and perfect posts to ever be posted so I don’t have a brand new one for you to read. Ok, that is not true that boundaries in blogging was written six hours ago, but I digress.

At the moment I am in the midst of work that only a father can do so you’ll have to hang loose for a bit until I can grab a vine and swing back over. Should be soon, just not now.

Plus special bonus posts from the secret archives:

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5 Comments

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  2. TheJackB July 8, 2011 at 11:14 pm

    @janetcallaway Hi Janet, nice to see you. If I lived on an island I wouldn’t update as frequently as I would be too busy inspecting/exploring the beaches and the forest. Been a long time since I was in Hawaii- but I remember it well.

    Hope you have the kind of weekend that inspires you.

  3. janetcallaway July 8, 2011 at 5:55 pm

    Jack, aloha. Love the way you put this together. Thx so much for the weekend reading. Take your time because it looks like you left yoru faithful readers with quite a supply.

    Best wishes for a terrific weekend. Aloha. Janet

  4. TheJackB July 8, 2011 at 10:06 am

    @3HatsComm Since I update so frequently I am always looking for ways/tools to help direct readers to recent posts. And of course there are always new readers to direct as well.

    I need to spend some time adding categories to all of these too, but that is a different story altogether.

  5. 3HatsComm July 8, 2011 at 7:34 am

    I was totally thinking about the older post thing (another post in draft mode), having seen a lot of people starting to use the Tweet Old Post plugin. This is another good way to direct current readers to things they may have missed, pretty smart. FWIW.

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