Tuesday, April 21, 2009

31DBBB Day 16: Solve a Problem

The sixteenth days challenge, Solve a Problem - 7 Ways to Identify Reader Problems [Day 16 - 31DBBB], is to identify a problem my readers might have and solve it. I think I might fail this one. I am working on digging through data on the blog and such and don't know that I can figure out a problem my readers might have. I am not giving up on it, I am just not getting it done today. This whole 31DBBB process is turning into real work, which I am glad of. I just do not have as much time as I would like to do it right. I am very busy with work for a client that is time sensitive and I can't take time away from it for working on my personal blog. I am keeping a list of the things I need to do to finish the challenges, I just won't get them done in the thirty one days.

4 comments:

Fredrik said...

Reply not related to the post, sorry about that.. Saw you had visited our blog and replied about the ArtRage stuff :) Yeah, the speedpaint video was aimed at fellow artists.. as well as getting a look at my own process.. it's good to see a fast run through my own decision making. Definately recommended if you haven't tried!

Thanks for dropping in! (And yes; Firefly and Serentity rocks! hehe)

Holly Jahangiri said...

Problem: How do you lovingly encourage kids to push away from the video game console and get out into the sunshine and DO more? (Emphasis on "lovingly" - I know lots of "carrot-and-stick" methods! LOL!)

Problem: What are some unusual art projects parents can try to get kids (especially boys) more interested in art?

Interested in doing a guest post on my blog?

Tijir said...

Fredrik thanks for stopping by. I have downloaded ArtRage, just have not had the time to give it a try yet. Once I do I will let you know my thoughts on it.

Holly, I will consider the problems you posted there. I think of many ways to get my kids away from the game system but not using bribery or laying down the law is tough. I also have some ideas on getting kids more interested in art. I will let you know something by the weekend, hope the time isn't a roblem.

Mandala Michelle said...

I'm behind on the 31dbbb as well. I have a question that might fit your blog...

How do you keep your child safe while on the computer without invading their privacy?

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