I’ve been spending some time this weekend doing some housecleaning on the site here, with the intention of making it easer for you, the reader, to find what you are looking for in the vast volumes of material posted. Since the birth of lailayuile.com, I’ve written 1,140 posts, on a wide range of issues and subjects… and that means it can be really hard for new readers to find items if, lets say, I missed a crucial tag on it. For example, what if I missed a Kiewit tag on a vital story? Gasp… you would have to search for it via other terms… leaving you frustrated and possibly coming up blank – and that’s just not ok with me.
In a few days, you can look forward to a new set of categories and sub-categories, which will catalogue all important and newsworthy posts about government, government projects – both federal and provincial – in an easy to find format designed to make reading my site a more enjoyable experience.
This leads me to a clarification for some readers who were left with the impression that blogging with the Huffington Post BC, means that I will no longer be blogging here – wrong! Not at all, in fact based on a complaint from a valued reader, I firmly decided on posting my HuffPost blogs here as well, but likely a day behind the release there – this is something I had been back and forth on, but there it is. I get that some people don’t like the busy site with all the add-ons and requirements and the need to sign in via another account to comment, and I value each of you, so it’s the right thing to do.
Look forward to a new post on the Huff, and here, early next week, and enjoy your weekend. Think about this quote… are you on the list? Or should you be?