Jeff has switched Sushicam over to WordPress. There are still a few kinks to be worked out, but the site is live and ready to go.
The new site is going to be collaborative. Here’s what Jeff said when he first revealed his plans:
I have always said that one of the things that keeps me going is the feedback and sense of community that has developed here over the past 6 years. So in order to enhance that even further I have decided to expand upon the model that Sushicam currently operates under.
I’m grinding my way through the setup of a content management system (Drupal) now, having particular trouble with setting up the image management portion, but as soon as I get the kinks worked out I will be ready to start inviting select individuals to start posting to their own personal blogs here at Sushicam.
The idea behind this new direction is simple.
Over the years there has been tons of great material posted by viewers, both in the form of comments as well as forum postings, and I think it is only fair that this site officially become the community blog that it has been slowly been evolving into over the years.
humble horribly egotistical host here at pixelscribbles, have been invited to be a contributor.
*insert happy dance here*
This is actually just the motivation I need to get my Japan memories out of my head and into text format. I lost my notes from both trips, and most of the photos from the honeymoon. But I still remember visiting Japan. And now I have reason besides personal gratification to bring those memories out and mold them into stories.
I mentioned yesterday that I tend to fail in either concept or execution whenever I write. Now I’ve got plenty of concept.
It’s time for some good execution practice.