New anime blog: Bridge Bunnies.com, which is run by Ubu Roi from Houblog. What is it you young people say? Huzzah? Very well then: Huzzah!
Ack! I’m not quite ready yet!!! :-)
I don’t mind if anyone drops in to look, but I actually figure on about two more weeks of work before I say “It’s done!” and get back to anime blogging. For now, I’m mostly blogging about getting ready to blog. Although I have an interesting link I plan to post later today, even if it’s not anime.
hey too late ubu i linked you already too :)
Heh. well, nothing like being a success even before you start, I guess!
It’s like having guests show up, you’re still in the shower, and dinner’s still in the freezer.
I thought about splitting off the anime from Linux, but then if it continued I’d have 6 to 10 blogs in no time. Also, I had a bad experience with the splitting. I split off the localblogging for Tracy, CA into http://tracytoday.blogspot.com, and that thing is withering on the wine. Granted, Tracy is lot smaller than Houston.
Maybe Ubi can find the magical splitting formula, I dunno.
Ubu. And I don’t know about magical, but Houston is a lot bigger, and I have the unique cachet of blogging from the inside. It will temporarily result in two blogs with lower individual readership, but I think in the long run it will improve both. People interested in the local blogging don’t care about the anime, and people who care about the anime aren’t likely to be local — although a few are!
It’s just a lot of work to move the old posts over.
actually, Ubu, count me among the few in the intersection. I live in Houston and have been following your blog for ages (along with bloghouston and kuff).
not taht you should not split your blog on my account :) still, just wanted to be counted.
Pft. Ubu is just afraid some fanservice picture is going to end up on the front page of the Houston Chronicle or something…
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