Being Interesting

The dames over at I talk too much review blogs. I stood up to be counted and sent this site address over to find out what they might think. My new layout came out OK, but the rest just wasn’t up to scratch.

The layout of this page is neat and easy to navigate, but it seems to match the content in that it’s just not interesting enough to keep a Dame begging for more. The title is “Let’s Have It” and I feel as if I’ve had nothing.

I think some of the review had a certain bias against the techie leanings of some of the posts. It has given me impetus to start improving other things which I’ve been meaning to do for a while now : adding a decent image into the header, and generally improving visuals.

As for writing more interesting posts, well I will have to think a bit more on that one…

5 Responses to “Being Interesting”

  1. Simon Says:

    Thankyou turboslut !

    I had almost forgotten about that webring. Have made sure the code is working on the sidebar.

    -Fruey

  2. turboslut Says:

    Just to let you know that I have moved you to the members list on Creme de la Creme. Enjoy, T x

  3. Trista Says:

    Don’t feel too bad about the reviews on I Talk Too Much. They also review my blog, and didn’t like it at all. I thought I would post it here to make you feel a little bette.

    “First impression: it’s a pretty design, but what the hell font size is that? Before I’ve even started reading she’s lost points for making me squint.

    There’s something strangely depressing about this blog. It’s no more whiny than most, it’s just that the negative mood seems a bit relentless. Even the upbeat posts are kind of sad. She has a lovely style of writing, but you can’t help wishing she’d cheer up a bit.”

  4. Simon Says:

    It’s rather ironic that “Triste” means sad in French. There’s certainly nothing wrong with your font size, which in any case can be adjusted in any browser by choosing a larger default text size. I think your latest posts are quite upbeat, but I totally relate to a realistic tone, rather than mad optimistic drivel.

    Thanks for taking the time to comment.

    -Fruey

  5. Trista Says:

    “Triste” also means sad in Spanish, and the meaning of my name is “sorrowful woman”. With all of this combined, can they really blame for being a little depressing!