It has been a short couple of weeks with ton of problems from just feeling shitty from the tremendous pollen here in the Miami Valley to dealing with selling a bunch of stuff, mowing, an audio experiment turned into a computer re-formatting and then a few days without internet. All one after the other.
In a nutshell, all is well. I just have a lot of catching up to do here on the website and Steem.
Staying busy with all those things meant that the last couple of weeks flew by while I have not done much of anything for DiggnDeeper or the other projects and communities I have committed to. This is life, I don’t feel the need to beat myself up or anything, but I’m happy to be feeling like I can get back to the people and projects I enjoy so much.
I have some articles for @HomesteadingCoop, a ton of stuff for @SteemOnOB, plus of course a steady stream of stuff for @DiggnDeeper.com to catch up on. I wish that I could get to the point that I had a few things in the hopper that I could publish during these inevitable speed bumps. That has always been my intention, but it never has happened.
Not being able to do any actual work didn’t stop me from doing a lot of thinking about all these projects.
One of the things I really want to hash out is a way to entice subject experts to contribute content to communities. Steem has the great feature of being able to add beneficiaries to posts, but the problem I think about with that is that the guest author either needs to post on the community account and add themselves as beneficiary or… what other ways would make sense?
LBRY has some ways to create cooperative content on their platform. Well, the protocol supports it, but there aren’t many ways to access that feature with the apps available today.
Back to work.
I just wanted to let you know I was back at it and explain my absence, if anyone cares, before I get back to cracking out what I can for the projects and people I enjoy.
You and I know, this is a lot of work. I really have to tip my hat to those out there making it look easy to post daily and to those that are creating the top shelf content we need and enjoy. You folks are great!