Buried in posts

WordPress changed stuff around again. The posting interface is different and the preview doesn’t work…anyway.

I follow too many bloggers on WordPress. I don’t say that as if it’s a bad thing but an unhappy consequence of this fidelity is that many of my favorite posters get buried, particularly if I don’t check in for a few days. Not to imply the obvious, namely that some are not my favorites. That’s not the case because I’m very selective about whom I choose to follow. There are so many great writers! But what happens is posts disappear into the aether before I get a chance to read them and it’s an aggravation to scroll down ad infinitum.

Anyway, my point is, if I haven’t stopped by your blog in a while, it’s not deliberate. This implies, rather egocentrically perhaps, that my presence has been missed in the first place which may or may not be the case. I’ll do what I can to reconcile.



12 thoughts on “Buried in posts

  1. WordPress will forever change stuff. One of my favourite blogs did not show up in Reader yesterday but luckily, I also separate blogs in read lists so I saw the post there. It was mysterious, to say the least. I hope you’re well.

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  2. pixieannie

    I’ve not been in the business of blogging for very long and yet there are issues arising that are starting to bother me just a tad. I agree wholeheartedly with you and I’m conscious that I try to set aside time to read through my favourite blogs. There are some that have fallen by the wayside and I’m happy to keep followers to a minimum to enable me to be more choosy. Have you ever stopped following blogs? I started to thin some out the other day.

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      1. pixieannie

        I believe it is important to do so. I left Facebook for good reason and I have no wish for the same to happen with my blog. I must never lose sight of why I started it in the first place. Staying grounded in my beliefs is important and will serve as a constant reminder of all that is important to me.

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