I’m writing less here on RealCentralVA, and that’s ok. Things ebb and flow, and now (mid-2019) is an ebb. I’m focusing for now on my Monthly Note (JimsNote.com), while I’m posting here with less frequency. Rather than stress about it, I’m accepting the ebb so I’m ready for the flow.
Writing matters. Writing is a way for me to work through ideas, publish things I send often to clients, archive thoughts, and provide, for better or worse, a track record for people to learn about…
I walked in a new-to-me park last week in the City of Charlottesville. Can you guess which one? Producing content is hard. So is practicing real estate. Blog posts have been in short supply…
No one comments anymore.
I’m tempted to follow NPR’s lead, and remove comments on RealCentralVA. As they noted, naturally, on Twitter:
Significant stat on comment retirement: Only .003 percent of visitors posted even once a month over three months.
It’s funny how a seemingly small shift can have a big impact. For the past few weeks, I’ve been using Desk and I highly recommend it. I’d used the same blogging platform for nearly 8 years,…
The more Iâ€™ve thought about this, the more I hope to make time to got back and do a wrap up for 2012, 2011, 2010 â€¦
If youâ€™re interested in what happened in Crozet, I went through the 2013 archives and chose what I thought to be the best and most relevant stories in 2013 . Iâ€™m posting this for two reasons:
1 – I think itâ€™s a useful story.
2 – Itâ€™s an example of why I continue to write on this and that blog; putting together this type of year end summary as efficiently as I did would be impossible on any other platform (Facebook, G+, Twitter, etc)