We use this blog for announcements, help articles, some news-ish posts, posts on password basics and even a few things which probably would have been best left unsaid.
In other words… it’s a mess [smile].
So we’ve built a new blog! (sneak peek here).
And I’m cleaning things up during the move. Here’s the idea:
- No more support articles. Those go in the knowledge base.
- The basics, and intro to password articles go in the library (also new) so that (1) we can modify them at will without stomping on basic blog etiquette and (2) your RSS doesn’t get smothered as we publish more.
- News-ish post. Basically This Week in Privacy and the occasional comment. Strong personal opinions in the personal blogs only. Mine’s here (I rarely post).
What To Do with the Old Blog?
I LOVE throwing things out. So I’m trying very hard to avoid mass historical revisionism.
The posts on wordpress.com will remain as-is, with commenting closed. But I’m concerned about folks who stumble across old help articles, and get outdated information.
There is, I admit, one temptation I couldn’t resist. I changed every PassPack to Passpack on the new blog (the fact that it remains unchanged on the old blog irks me… but I’m resisting further temptation).
Can You Help Me Out?
First, what do you think of that shiny new blog ? (I’m still working on it, so comments, pinging etc. are closed for the moment)
And can I (pretty please) replace the help articles here wordpress.com with a simple link to the Help Center?
Anything other ideas for building a better blog?