Every Page is Page One has a new look. The main reason for the change is to integrate the blog into the company website.
When I started this, I had no idea if I would be able to maintain a regular posting schedule, or if anyone would read it. Wary of having the company site burdened by an abandoned blog, I decided to keep it separate. But the blog has now become a regular obsession, with a stack of draft posts in reserve and a stack of ideas sitting in Catch notes, so I am confident I will be able to continue it.
More than that, writing it has become a delight for me, rather than the chore I feared it might become. I’ve also become acquainted with a number of delightful and brilliant people through the blog and the comments people leave. That alone would be reason to maintain it.
So, the blog is here to stay, and it is very much part of the company and its mission, which is why it now shares a look and feel and branding with the company site, though it maintains a separate URL.
How’s the new look working for you? Let me know in the comments.