A word from Liz Danzico, one of my favorite bloggers:

Whether one’s readership is large or small, intentions professional or personal, time boundless or abbreviated, it’s a person’s responsibility to give context where appropriate. If there are rules, that’s one I believe in. One that I should follow. And that’s integrity.

Here at Capn Design, I plan to follow this edict. A beautiful photo is great, but paired with a personal story it brings us a little closer together. It’s also more fun to write.

I’m also going to make an effort to post more regularly. I ran a TypePad Meetup in New York last night, and I was talking to a couple bloggers about how to get and keep a following. There’s a lot more to it, but I think it boils down to this:

  1. Post regularly.
  2. Have a voice.

To be clear, I don’t have grand ambitions for my blog, but it’ll be good to write more regularly and to put this theory to the test. I’m going to start slowly and try to post something, however small, once a day. I’m also going to post at least one non-quick-post once a week. Like I said, I’m starting small.

Best Cheers XOXO,

p.s. I am not saying “I’m sorry”.