I’m at my local mall doing my lunch and 2ish mile walk. I’m also test-driving this Blogger app. Taking a photo and writing a brief post away from home. See how it handles bumps and speed. Snapping unsuspecting models’ pictures is a sneaky fun. People seldom survey their surroundings and never think to look up for a photographer or other nefarious acts. I am also more observant because I am a photo-sleuth. Later… The app doesn’t update well and its posts don’t have the same “look” as I use at home. Using something that accesses the Blogger website directly creates better posts.Too bad. It would have been gaggles of fun to photo-sleuth-post.
Wow. My page views for July 3, 2016, shot up to 1064 for one day. It’s the first time ever I’ve had that many in one day. Not since February have I had any number near that. I don’t know if it was my Blake Genealogy post or my Magic Moment post that was so interesting. Or the fact people […]
Bloggers of Calontir have been busy presenting research and information about reenactment and history. Below I have a short list, sometimes called a blogroll. It’s probably not complete, even though I searched many ways. There must be more blogs written by Calontir citizens or former citizens. If you have a Calontir connected blog please, let me know in the comment section below. I am interested in personal blogs, not commercial. It should post SCA relevant information, at least quarterly, and been active for at least a year. These are the four excellent blogs I’ve found. You’ll see even they display great variety in style, topic, and interests. 1. The Falcon Banner, edited by HL Mathurin Kerbusso, is unique as it is a Calontir newsletter. While not an official publication of the SCA or the Kingdom of Calontir, it presents timely information relating to both. The Falcon Banner is my regular must read! http://falconbanner.gladiusinfractus.com 2. Konstantia Kaloethina: Just Another Byzantine Blog is Rachel Ost‘s creation. In addition to things Byzantine, her interests are heraldry and English country dance. She received a Calon Cross for beginning the Noblesse Largesse Project and is recent past Gold Falcon Principal Herald. https://kaloethina.wordpress.com 3. Sarmatian in the SCA presents Jess Miller-Camp’s persona research for Lady Arite gune Akasa. Along with research she enjoys heraldry, illumination, sewing, dance and fighting. She lives in Calontir’s Shire of Shadowdale. http://sarmatianinthesca.blogspot.com 4. The Stillroom Book belongs to M. Aline Swynbroke (mka Rebecca von Groote). It records and comments on […]