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November 23, 2009

Splitting Sites But Not Identities

For 2010, I’ve decided to make some changes that should, hopefully, make blogging a little less frustrating. Over the next six months I will further split my output, not just into Twitter and Flickr and Soundcloud, but into two completely different websites. I love blogging about music, music making and music technology, but professionally, I […]

For 2010, I’ve decided to make some changes that should, hopefully, make blogging a little less frustrating. Over the next six months I will further split my output, not just into Twitter and Flickr and Soundcloud, but into two completely different websites.

I love blogging about music, music making and music technology, but professionally, I need to have a clearer space for clips, examples of my work and also for details about my studio and services. Right now, that’s one of the one of the big frustrations with this blog and trying to incorporate what I need for a studio website into the blog is, well, a headache.

Secondly, I’m going to move, later in 2010 to a dedicated photographic gallery. I still dig Flickr, but I need something sharper for where my photography is going. There’s a decent chance I’ll be shooting in some pretty exciting locations over the next two years and I’d like to be ready to showcase that work.

Where does that leave this blog? Well, what I don’t want to do is over-professionalise this space, or become obsessed with “monetising” it either. This will remain as a personal space, and the home of my online connections. I’ll still post discussions on music and images here, but hopefully with less angst, since the other sites will be able to do their more focussed work as well.

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