Well, hey we're back. For the past few months or maybe for the last year this blog felt like it was being discontinued. The actual fact that in 2014 was busy year for me and yes laziness was also part of the problem. I entered college in January last year and since then i've been putting this blog on the sideline and focusing more towards my studies. But after about a year of dealing primarily with my college coursework and exams, i think that it's finally time for me to address this blog and continue to do what i like which is writing about tech. This post was actually going to be named an announcement but then i thought why not make it an update article because it's been quite popular in the Youtube world where the host talks about the current status of the channel and adds in some upcoming plans. For 2015, i am planning to change things around.
Last year during our 2nd anniversary post, i mentioned that this site will be moving towards more personal hands on thoughts on the products rather than just reporting the news being spread all over the internet. When i first implemented the strategy, everything felt right but making these articles will definitely take time for me to research up the topic and then only would i write up about it. The problem then was i was very particular with how the structure of the post should be and then ended up taking about a week to do some adjustments and also some procrastination started to kick in.
So, in 2015 we will revive from reporting news but in a different channel; You might not already know but we also have a separate regional based site called The Technology of Today Malaysia and i decided to transform it from just reporting regional news but now just any type of tech relate news will be posted there. News have started flowing in since the first day of the year and the new layout i've implemented still needs to be worked on (ie, loading times, image compression, etc). So if you want to read the latest and greatest in tech news, be sure to check out that site.
Now moving back to this site, in 2014 we introduced a whole new design to the site and although it might not look as animated compared to the previous iteration, it does look more clean and straight to the content. There's quite a number of social features embedded into the site but the content is still on the forefront, currently i'm in the midst of designing up a new design which will unify our two blogs, so readers can easily transition from one blog to another. But don't expect that to come soon as it's still in the early design stages and i'm actually planning to hard code the entire site so expect it to come sometime in 2016.
Talking about social, for the past year since we transitioned into this new strategy, our social sites have been gracefully growing in users base. Other than announcing certain things we also constantly report some tech news all week round, so if you're not so much into reading long articles or you're just always on Twitter or Facebook (maybe Google+, anyone?) make sure to check out our social sites to get the latest dibs on the tech world.
About the content on this blog, i think i'll keep the current strategy of writing up features and review articles. And starting next week (i hope so), there will be a steady stream of new articles on a weekly basis and maybe i'll try to put a 'what's on next week' banner on the bottom of each concurrent posts to make it more like a serial article series which continues. Also i have plans of doing a weekly update series which will be posted on this site and will feature the news and rumors of the week as well as my weekly homescreen segment which i do on our social media sites. But for that, some planning must be done and the format should be similar to my earlier tech update series, maybe i'll revive the tech update?
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