20 September 2012

Clean up time

There is something that I have been wondering about: how do you read this? I mean, do you get it in your email, or do you read it in the slim version on your phone, or by another strange option that I am not even aware of? Not all of you enter the blog, so there is a lot of fringe stuff on the page that goes under the radar. I think.

I am going to clear some space in the "pages" section right below the header, and make a few changes. Ah, there is a project I am itching to tell you about. I'm hoping that if I make space for it, it will happen soon. But I don't want you to miss out on the postcards, so they will get a post of their own, right below this one.

Clean up time

It's clean up time.

Pardon the mess.


20 comments:

  1. i read this via my RSS feed on google reader generally. i click on the site when i want to comment or pin a picture you've posted onto pinterest. :)

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    1. That is super helpful, thank you. I never tried pinning anything on pinterest, but maybe someone else did, and in that case I am just happy that they linked back to me. :-)

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    2. This applies to me, as well :)

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    3. Ha, that is good to know! I love the idea that the party is here. Thinking of it as a room that is never empty. :D

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  2. Altså DIN blog læser jeg aldrig på telefonen. Så kan jeg jo ikke se billederne rigtigt. Jeg elsker dine billeder.
    Jeg fanger dine indlæg på Bloglovin, og så åbner bloggen i et nyt vindue. Så jeg tæller nok med.
    Glæder mig til at se, når du er færdig med at flytte om.

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    1. Åh, nu håber jeg ikke at folk går og glæder sig til det helt store, haha. Men der er noget jeg har drømt om at sætte igang i over et år, og nu må det være lige op over. Muger ud. Dejligt at høre, at der er nogen der ser selve bloggen, og de små ting man propper på i siden m.m. Tak for det.

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  3. Ser at der er nye indlæg på iGoogle og læser dem i helt normal browser (Firefox).

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    1. Ah, det ligner at der alligevel er nogen der kommer helt ind i stuen og læser. Det gør jeg også på din. Ser link på Google+ eller i mit feed, og så bliver jeg transporteret videre. Det andet er lidt kønsløst, synes jeg. Så bliver det bare en farveløs informationspølse.

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  4. Hello! I see the new posts on my google reader, but 90% of the times I click on the link and end up in the actual blogspot site - I also have a blog and I know we make efforts to have it good looking, and that they should be appreciated :) But there is nothing like a good makeover! Looking forward to it :)

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    1. Hello Juicebox, it is so nice to hear that some of you enter the actual blog. This way you can also see comments, and the little things on the right side, that I try to change up once in a while.

      I only hope you are not going to expect the monster make over (or maybe I should look into that, haha)... :-)

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  5. Jeg læser også via bloglovin, men jeg kommer jo helt herind! For du har altid mere en et billede og det kan man jo ikke se fra feedreaderen i bloglovin!
    Læser aldrig på telefonen, for det er synd for billederne.

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    1. Hvor er det godt at du kommer ind på bloggen, så er der noget ved at fortsat hidse sig op over detaljerne. Hurra. :-)

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  6. Hello Sandra, I actually look in my Google reader on my blog admin and click on the link to read your post properly. I'm so bad with all that stuff... That image is so terribly funny.

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    1. Ha, that is the same way I read the blogs I follow, too. It is so cool that there are still some of you accessing the blog to read it. I wish I was better at the technical stuff, so I could get it to look exaaaaactly how I want.

      The image is from Rue de Buci. :-)

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  7. Sandra,
    Sorry for chiming in so late, but I have been away from "technology" for a few days. I also read your posts via Google Reader, but I frequently go to the blog to read the comments and replies.

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    1. I am really happy to hear that you come all the way in. One of my favorite parts of blogging is the comments. I love how a lot of you have been around for so long, it is a little bit like a blog family. :-)

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    2. Well, we can't sit and have a glass of wine with you if we just stand on the doorstep all day long :)

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    3. Haha, true. I wish I could invite all of you to a dinner, and set you up at hotels, and everything. I have been lucky enough to meet af few members of my blog family, and it is just like we have known each other always. So cosy.

      The wine is on me, cheers. :-)

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  8. Hi there, Also catching up on posts and chiming in late due to a long trip away. I can't remember how I came across your blog in the first place, but I have it stored in my good old fashioned bookmark bar and I just check in from time to time. :)

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    1. Hi Lauren, I like that. I have a friend who do it the same way, it is a big luxury to be someones bookmark, and that also means that you come all the way into the "house". That makes me want to redecorate it even more. :D

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