A fresh lick of paint…
So this blog has been running now for just over two years in its current form and I decided it’s high time for a redesign.
I’ve chosen a new look (aptly named The Journalist) although I’m not entirely sure of it yet. I’ve also reorganised my articles, the older ones of which were first written before tagging. I’ve deleted all the categories which had run into the hundreds, and replaced them with four simple ones for easy searching:
Adam: for any posts about me (thankfully few and far between)
Broadcasting and Media: for any news/comment about the broadcasting and news industry
International Development: for anything on Africa, foreign affairs, human rights and poverty
So, two years and this site has been looked at just over 28,000 times which is nice. The most popular article is still one of the earliest, a random comment on Ghana’s homosexuality laws which clearly shows up on google searches for dating sites! Also inexplicably, a post about coverage of the French general election in 2007 is the second most popular.
And in terms of what I’m churning out, “Broadcast Journalism”, “Journalism” and “The World” are the biggest tags (see right over here –>)
My student blog Adam Meets World still exists (thanks to Warwick Uni for keeping it up)-that dates back to 2004. I’ve also started a new blog to track my attempts to go green – it’s called One Man’s Battle With His Own Apathy.
Is anyone reading it? Who cares, I like writing it.
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