An interesting observation from last Sky Watch Friday.
Nobody gave any comment to the recommended video.
The comments was only about the photos.
Does anyone read the text, is SKW only a photoblog.
Why am I participating??
May be the photo of our grandchildren is worth a comment
I normally have the habit to blog after breakfast central europe standard time. May be I believe that my readers live a life with the same procedural habits as myself. I want to be part of their morning procedures. As others are opening the newspaper, I am opening my MacBook Pro and read net-news, read and comment other blogs and post my own.
However many use the time before going to bed, or even in bed, to blog and surf the net. Many have no possibility to read blogposts until they return from work. Some even post the day before. Friday blogging starts at 9 pm on Thursdays. Is it the same on Sundays? Are Sundays an IT-free zone at home?
And what about the time zones? At 10am (cest) the time in Melbourne is 7pm, and 1am in Los Angeles, all the same date.
The challenges connected to time and date have been a topic in operating mr.Linky in some of the fellowships I have participated in. Hunting for trophies by being "the first", getting as much comments as possible, sending "nice" comments in return and not at all being interested in the post itself.
Today I have decided to blog in the afternoon.
Being out of the house and at my cottage most of the day. Taking photos with my new Cannon IXUS 960 IS yesterday and during the Sunday morning. This photo hunt makes it possible to present the absolute first photos in a year, where I am again able to see the motive through a viewfinder and not only on the LCD screen.
I am not sure that you can see any quality improvement, but the gift from the old bunch is in operation. Asbjørn (the eldest in the gang) is the photographer at our lunch at Cafe Sorgenfri, Aker Brygge, Saturday. The photo of the Rhubarb coming (se also Dawn of Spring) ) is taken in the rain a few minutes ago.Cheers to you all.