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Quality over quantity

It turns out that putting together good blog posts takes a lot longer than you think–especially when you’re writing the print Buzzer at the same time.

As such, I’m going to have to withdraw my earlier promise of putting out one piece of new content every weekday, and pledge instead to update the blog as often as I can.

Never fear though: I am fiercely devoted to keeping this arm of the Buzzer media empire going, so keep on checking back for more! There just might be a space of a day or so between posts, as I gather the research and write up the posts for you.

Quality over quantity, right?


6 Comments

  • By xl, October 14, 2008 @ 5:02 pm

    I think it’s an accomplishment to get to this far. This new initiative really helps to better connect the ridership with Translink.

    Perhaps a few of us can email you some story ideas to investigate? Personally I’d like to see a followup story (November 30, 2007 issue) on where the i-move.ca website will be going? Will we continue to see messages to tell us to abandon IE7? Will there be a cellphone or mobile friendly version? Will there be greater effort to update content when there is service disruptions (ie weather related? Skytrain issues?)?

    Keep up the good work!

  • By Jhenifer Pabillano, October 15, 2008 @ 9:32 am

    Good eye, xl – I will definitely look into iMove for you and see where that’s going. TransLink is really trying to ramp up its customer information offerings (like our mobile site for iPhone, etc) and I wonder what role iMove is going to play within that.

    Thanks so much for commenting by the way! It’s great to have you here!

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