Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Suspended JaxScene - Local blog acquisition?



It's no secret, this site is asleep. Yet again. But hey, so many things I like in Jax tend to disappear; popup galleries, awesome bars, and places I like to eat.

I am asked about it, and I say for myself that I am busy with personal projects and work, as well, Tom P. now runs http://unibrowmagazine.blogspot.com/. The only way I could think to restart this despite how hard it is to go get the content without a camera, is unifying with other local blogs. Obviously blogs that are drifting by and don't stand as strong on their own. They would have a log in here and start drumming up content, and as a whole work together.

Comment with your thoughts... I might be able to "buy out" other blogs with funds from a JaxScene  http://www.kickstarter.com/  page. With a awesome enough video, we might be able to get money for cameras for on location event photography.

2 comments:

birdilicious on July 4, 2012 at 10:29 AM said...

What's keeping you from updating? Time, Energy, lack of input from other people? I always like checking this site when it's active and I'd love to contribute any way I can. There are a lot of local blogs that I bet would love to contribute.

David W. on July 4, 2012 at 10:38 AM said...

Just busy; all my energy is focused on creative side projects and kingpincigs.com. I also am always broke, there isn't much coming in to get a camera. A actual DSLR is far easier to get the shots to really make local things look famous. I still go out and that's the one item that could at least start it up again. I could do things to do still without, and news posts, but yes it's also about loosing interest when I'm doing it alone. There's some programming issues that no one answers me back on. Money is about the only thing that can get this back in action.

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