Post Schedule Update

My recent post on The Dragon about the challenges of research and quality.

A Dragon In Progress

Dear followers,

I’m mulling a few ideas over about content and output. I published my post on Calderas a short time ago and in more ways than one it proved enlightening.

  1. Researching is time-consuming.
  2. It challenges me to be thrifty and minimalist with regards to what I should include on a given topic.
  3. My lack of knowledge tempts me to lean heavily on quotations. While not inherently wrong, it just shows I’m not putting the needed effort into the project and therefore providing you with sub-par content and that, frankly, is unacceptable.
  4. To reap the benefits of acquiring knowledge, which is in itself an enjoyable task, I need to allocate ample time towards the individual aspects of research: reading multiple sources, verify their credibility; getting a hold of photographs and infographics, request permission when necessary; editing and proofreading.

So, I’ve decided until further notice I’m working on churning out one…

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