Too Many Identities
I forget that I am sharing with only a few people who actually follow my photostream over there, and that my readers here have no idea that my new Rose arrived on Monday - just in time for Dizzle's nap, so I got it assembled and spinning right away. It is heavenly, and I am very pleased with my purchase.
This burgeoning of online locales where I can share my photos and even my knitting, without committing to writing a blog post has me wondering how to balance them all. I love being able to quickly share photos (in the case of Flickr) and knitting projects without having to muster the brainpower, or more importantly for me, the time to write a whole post. I love writing here and I would never forgo the blog entirely, but I find myself wondering if Ravelry and Flickr* had been around when I started 3 years ago if I would have skipped the blog thing and used just those. *Yes, Flickr was around 3 years ago, and I even had an account, but it wasn't quite what it is today, and I don't think as much of the spin/knit community was on there as they are now.
What do you all think - has Ravelry changed how you blog? I'm curious to see what will happen to the knitblog community as Ravelry grows and becomes accessible to all.