Thursday, January 27, 2011

State Of The Blog Address

Since the President of the United States addressed the nation, I figured why not?  I have a lot of free time and I have loyal readers (I think?), so they deserve to know what's planned for the foreseeable future of this blog.

This is pretty hard to predict, because I'm scatterbrained.  I have a plan, but could easily just change my mind for the heck of it.  It's like being total focused in on a conversation and then thinking, "I turned off the stove, right?"  Then missing the next 10 minutes of the conversation.  Or to really simplify it, "Hey look...shiny."

I plan on doing many more CD Reviews and Interviews.  If anyone out there is in a band or is a solo performer or knows someone that is, I'm interested in helping out with getting you promotion/exposure of your music.  I've gotten a great response and hopefully can get people around the world to listen to a lot of different types of music.

Another new thing planned is to have a "Guest Blogger" every once in awhile.  It gives me a break and let's the readers get different perspectives on the same topics I tend to blog about.  The first of these guest bloggers will be published this weekend.  He's not internationally known, but he's known to rock the microphone.  Because he gets stoopid, I mean outrageous...No, it's not Rob's Brian Smith.  I think you will all enjoy his take on many subjects.  Hopefully there will be more guests to come.

As my wife's pregnancy progresses, I'm sure there will be more baby/fatherhood entries.  Let's face it, I'm excited to be a first time dad.  So, I think those types of entries are inevitable.  It's been an interesting journey so far and will only become more so, as the due date gets closer.

Along with all the other bells and whistles I provide to my readership.  Nine By Design and my music dominated entries, etc.  If you have any ideas that you'd like me to approach...I'm always open.  That's about it for now.  I thank all of you for reading.

1 comment:

  1. We scatterbrained people need to stick together, looking forward to more of everything!