Work in progress: Responding to feedback on improving this blog

A few months ago, I asked for feedback as to how I could improve this blog. I got a bunch of comments back, some visible, some as e-mail to me, some verbal. They seemed to fall into four main groups:

  • (a) Could I include a mini-glossary of terms I regularly use, such as Because Of Rather than With? I found it quite hard to compile a list of terms in the first place, but have made some progress. You should see a glossary show up soon.
  • (b) Could I simplify my “categories” and actually use them rather than pretend (?!)  This too I am doing, I have now gone for a new and shorter list of categories, and right now I’m working through each post to recategorise one at a time.
  • (c) Could I bring back LibraryThing and Quotes and CoComment? I will, as soon as I’ve done (a) and (b)
  • (d) Could I make the blogroll shorter or at the very least easier to follow? I hope I’ve done this already.

As you can see this is a work in progress. If you have any other comments or suggestions, please pass them on and I will do my best to incorporate them. I personally wanted to increase the graphic content, to make accessibility easier, to find ways to translate the blog into other languages and to change the look and feel. But that’s not what the comments told me.

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