I’ve been making some small (i.e. probably more noticeable to me than anyone else) changes to the blog lately, and I thought I’d take a moment to call your attention to them, in the off-chance that might want to take a peek. I’m always on the lookout for better ways to communicate and organize information, despite the restrictions that come with having a wordpress.com blog. My programming knowledge isn’t quite at a level that warrants springing for my own domain, although it would be cool to own “chasing42.com”.
Prior to maintaining a blog myself, I didn’t have much of an idea of the work that went into the various aspects of appearance and content. Over the years, I continue to gain more and more respect for fellow bloggers, and am in awe/jealous of some of my favorite blogs, not just for their content, but also for their layout.
With that being said, let’s take a bit of a closer look at a few areas you may have missed
1. ‘What’s On My Feet”– Now that I’ve laid my shoe soul bare, I’ll try to keep this page as up-to-date as possible with brief reviews of the shoes I currently have in the rotation, and those I’ve sent down to the minors.
2. 50 States Quest– I’ve been meaning to create a more detailed map of my race history for some time, and have finally gotten around to doing so. Although I haven’t officially joined the 50 States Marathon Club, I am actively working to run a marathon or longer in all 50 states. If you click on the map, it will take you to a more detailed Google Map that I’ll be able to keep updated and add information on races as I tick the various states off my list.
3. Blogroll- This list is always evolving as I find more and more interesting running-related reading.
So, do you have any suggestions? Any resources that might add even more exciting content and access? I’m always on the lookout for new technology of any kind, whether it be running, blogging, or otherwise-related, so please feel free to share!