Hey guys, this is just a quickie to say thanks to all the people who have sent me well-wishes over the last month or so. Breaking my wrist wasn’t a particularly great thing to do, but it has proven to me that I can still blog, even one-handed! The support shown by the awesome community of commenters, readers and fellow bloggers is something you should all feel proud to be a part of.
Now my cast is off though, and the slow road of torturous physiotherapy begins, posting will actually slow a little. And I really mean it this time; despite concerns in December I actually had my busiest month in January in terms of post frequency.
The reason for the unscheduled pitstop is that I’m taking a short break [pun very much intended] to put my feet up and look at wildlife for a bit. My mind won’t be completely away from the site though and I intend working on some upcoming posts and features, as well as continuing some work on the fantabulous redesign that will probably land in November. Yeah, my lack of coding skills requires me to think that far in advance.
So anyway, on that note I have a question: What would you like to see added to or removed from BlogF1? Please be honest, it is rare that I get feedback on the site and I only require the comments to be constructive. The world is pretty much your oyster at the moment. Of course I cannot guarantee I’ll agree with you, but it would be good to know where you think you would like to see the site in the future.
Some examples to get your mind whirring:
- Damnit Ollie stop being so diplomatic and throw a personal opinion in every now and then.
- Post more/less.
- Get some guest writers.
- Make the site work properly in Internet Explorer 6.
- Make the advertising less intrusive.
- Post shorter/longer entries.
- Talk about other stuff associated with F1. eg. Special events, books, DVDs etc…
So that is pretty much that. It’s only a handful of weeks before we get to see if Heikki can challenge Lewis and get away with it, if Kimi is going to simply walk all over everyone else and if Fernando really can add six-tenths to the pace of a car. I said back in 2006 that ’07 was going to be a vintage year, and given what happened I’m not so sure I should make the same prediction for 2008. But needless to say it’s going to be mega, for nothing else but the above scenarios.