I was just thinking whether it would be better to have set dates where I will post regarding a specific aspect of the different media I am tackling directly or tangentially in this blog. That way, it would prepare the reader if he is going to expect a post juxtaposing an anime series or components of an anime and the relevant literature that parallels whatever it is I am talking about, a critique and exploration of anime as simply anime, or discussions and vivisections of current issues in anime blogging.
I thought of this scheduling primarily because I wanted to consistently write posts that juxtapose literature with anime. The problem is, before I can finish the relevant books and other written works to posit and to proffer a good comparison, I am often befuddled with new ideas that explore either only anime blogging in and of itself, reactions to current occurrences, or simply ideas regarding anime that I have thought of as disjointed to literature, such as my previous post.
My attempt at somewhat organizing this, the Smorgasbord, failed. It was too aimless, at least for me, and I found that if I just avoided playing DotA I always had a lot of time to think through and explore different aspects of anime as well as its relation to other media. The posts within the last two months have been relatively consistent, so I know I can be organized enough to be consistent with my posts. I want to ask opinions from you, however: what do you think about this? (I think my posts would be better labeled if I posted regarding literature on Mondays [or any other day], reactions to the occurrences in blogs on another day, etc. I think one gets the idea.)
P.S. Some days ago, I downloaded Notepad++ as a substitute to the regular Notepad program found in Windows systems. I love its tabbed interface, as well as its many other tools that help me write in a more organized manner. It is a great program, and I recommend that one use it.