Friday, 16 November 2012

Hardy perennials and fertile ground

Who remembers the park, garden and farm table from last year? It's still open and now on its 27th entry thanks to the roving C'nor. His Greenhouse series over at Lunching at Lamias ties in as well.

If you're feeling it, feel free to jump in. The Ends and Maelstrom tables are still open too, and the cross-blog adventure has vast unexplored spaces for linking in. That starts here.

C'nor definitely woke me up anyway, reminding me just how much posting there's been here over the past couple of years. I'm thinking it needs a proper index, but I'm not sure where to start, or even how to classify some posts. A new project to weave into the list. 
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5 comments:

The Happy Whisk said...

Hey Porky. Saw you pop up on my blog roll. Hope you had a groovy Halloween.

Cheers and boogie boogie.

garrisonjames said...

Indexing the content on a blog makes things a lot more user friendly. We just did a set of Quick Indexes for the on-going Bujilli serial. A couple more are going up next week, like the one for all of our monsters. So, yeah, it is definitely worth doing an index or two for those things that you want new readers to take a look at, and it makes it easier for your readers to better navigate the blog, find what ever they are after...without having to sift through the results the various Search widgets tend to barf-up. Which is a whole other matter...

Porky said...

@ The Happy Whisk - Not too bad at all, and the season as a whole has been pretty good as well - it's a great time of year. I haven't eaten any pumpkin yet though.

@ garrisonjames - Yours are the best examples I've seen. I've got the listing at the bottom of the right-hand sidebar to work from, but it's incomplete and not especially descriptive. For a sense of how incomplete, I've only just added links to Circles Turn, the Heroes of Armageddon tie-in and the 26 genres, all of which were major series.

The Happy Whisk said...

No pumpkin yet?

Porky said...

Not yet, but there's been some experimentation with split peas and lentils - they seem fairly interchangeable in practice, with the lentils a bit more delicate.

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