Redirection

As many of you may or may not have noticed, I’ve been a bit absent lately, here.  It was not by design, but I think it was a necessary thing.  It was also extended by the birth of my second child, a wonderful little girl, Madeline Grace.  She spend an extra week in the hospital, so I’ve been slightly distracted over the last few weeks from that.

That, however, is not the reason that it’s gone quiet here.  In the last several years, this site has been searching for an identity.  It’s gone from my personal blog, to a blog on blogging and finally evolving to what it is now, a blog on making money online.  Nevermore.

This site has always been, whether obvious or not, my personal blog.  That is, the personal blog of Shane M. Ede.  It will soon be returning to that capacity.  You’ll be seeing a much higher percentage of personal posts and posts on things that I hold dear.  Reading and writing, but not arithmatic.  Some tech and science fiction.  Some dogs and kids.  And maybe, just maybe, a little making money online and blogging still.  But don’t stick around for that, because I don’t currently have plans for much of it, if any.

In the coming weeks and months, you’ll see (hopefully) this site make a transformation to more clearly reflect this new (old) purpose.  A redesign is highly likely, as is some new graphics, and possibly a bit less advertising.  With the purpose of the blog to be more personal, I don’t think that advertising will have as much of an impact, nor will it likely bring in much money.  So, less clutter perhaps.

And more me.

About Shane Ede

Shane Ede is an IT guy by day and a Entrepreneurial Blogger by night. You can follow him here on Thatedeguy or over on Twitter and Google+.

Comments

  1. Congrats on Madeline!

    She spend an extra week in the hospital, so Ive been slightly distracted over the last few weeks from that.

    I hear you there. When my son showed up about 10 weeks early, we got to spend six weeks hanging around a hospital. I wasn’t a huge fan of hospitals before that — and really am not now!

    Dealing with things like that has a tendency to mess with the ol’ priorities… 😉

  2. Goodness! We spent an extra week in the hospital and it was enough to drive me nuts. I can’t imagine doing 6 weeks. How did you manage to keep everything in the outside world together?

  3. congrats on the little girl .

    may she bring the bundles of joy in your life..

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