Website Revision Time by Debbie Bagnato


Yes, I am up to the revising on the website part. But that doesn't mean I'm in great shape, home free, sailing smoothly down the bay... It does mean that I have to check with a magnifying glass and fine tooth comb that I covered all the entrances, exits, and with the double-casting suggestions in mind, have made certain that the characters played by the same actor are not onstage at exactly the same time. SO, I am really doing some tedious revisions.
So far, however, each time I think I've caught something really in need of fixing I am pleased to discover that I already took care of it. Nonetheless, I will continue with this and some other tweaking on the various pages--don't want to leave any unfinished business. The About page, Gallery pages, and the other pages in need of MY writing have been finished--finally--but they too are subject to daily changes as I find myself better able to verbalize what I want to say here and now.  I am hoping that I get it right in time to publish. Still, I am feeling more comfortable with the whole process now that I finally put some of my own words and thoughts into the website pages and tweaked a few things so they are more to my liking/ style. But, there is still a long way to go, so back to work for me. Hope everyone is moving along with ease--enjoyed seeing all of you who came last Thursday! And cannot wait to see everyone for our Symposium. Wow, we are almost there guys!

Website Revision Time by Debbie Bagnato


Yes, I am up to the revising on the website part. But that doesn't mean I'm in great shape, home free, sailing smoothly down the bay... It does mean that I have to check with a magnifying glass and fine tooth comb that I covered all the entrances, exits, and with the double-casting suggestions in mind, have made certain that the characters played by the same actor are not onstage at exactly the same time. SO, I am really doing some tedious revisions.
So far, however, each time I think I've caught something really in need of fixing I am pleased to discover that I already took care of it. Nonetheless, I will continue with this and some other tweaking on the various pages--don't want to leave any unfinished business. The About page, Gallery pages, and the other pages in need of MY writing have been finished--finally--but they too are subject to daily changes as I find myself better able to verbalize what I want to say here and now.  I am hoping that I get it right in time to publish. Still, I am feeling more comfortable with the whole process now that I finally put some of my own words and thoughts into the website pages and tweaked a few things so they are more to my liking/ style. But, there is still a long way to go, so back to work for me. Hope everyone is moving along with ease--enjoyed seeing all of you who came last Thursday! And cannot wait to see everyone for our Symposium. Wow, we are almost there guys!

Revise?

Just a comment to say that revising and editing online is a whole different animal from revising and editing on paper. And I don't like it.

It's hard to know what you've revised and what you haven't. Also, while I read online, I tend to want to make the corrections then and there. So I start clicking and typing...then back to reading, then some more typing. On paper, all I can do is make a note. Then, the actual revision is done all at once later. Not sure if it's just because that's how I'm used to doing things, but I find revising on paper so much easier and way more organized. How can I remember which pages have been revised, when I have 40+ episodes?

Super excited to have someone reviewing my project. I can't wait for some feedback. (Dr. Z gave me some good input a couple weeks ago, and I made lots of changes that I think make the project much better, more readable.) I'm too close to the project now. It's hard to read it as a reader would. For the most part, I feel like it's done. Let's see what my peer reviewer thinks....

Revise?

Just a comment to say that revising and editing online is a whole different animal from revising and editing on paper. And I don't like it.

It's hard to know what you've revised and what you haven't. Also, while I read online, I tend to want to make the corrections then and there. So I start clicking and typing...then back to reading, then some more typing. On paper, all I can do is make a note. Then, the actual revision is done all at once later. Not sure if it's just because that's how I'm used to doing things, but I find revising on paper so much easier and way more organized. How can I remember which pages have been revised, when I have 40+ episodes?

Super excited to have someone reviewing my project. I can't wait for some feedback. (Dr. Z gave me some good input a couple weeks ago, and I made lots of changes that I think make the project much better, more readable.) I'm too close to the project now. It's hard to read it as a reader would. For the most part, I feel like it's done. Let's see what my peer reviewer thinks....