As you know from last week, I trailed Siva for a day while he did his rounds as a biodiversity researcher / national heritage geek. As a biology academic, Siva is well-known for his conservation efforts around Singapore, saving and preserving many species of endangered wildlife.
In the evening, we retired back to the Raffles Museum, where we dined on Canadian Pizzas (2 for 1!) and went into our Mac “god mode”. He wanted to me show him RapidWeaver as he needed to build museum web sites quickly. Before we got down to business though, I had him show me how he blogged as a way for me to suggest an efficient workflow. This video shows his ubergeek blogging style, which makes me wonder… How do the rest of you blog?
Popular Singapore photoblogger, Keropokman, shared his blogging technique. Here’s mine:
1a) If photograph, import to iPhoto, name/tag, batch upload to web using FlickrExport.
1b) If videograph, edit / compress with Quicktime, upload to Youtube / Google Video.
2) Size and embed photo/video to fit 500px width in blog.
3) Scratch head, then proceed to type out blog story.
4) Publish, Pray for the best, Sleep.
5) Wake up, rub eyes, check readership, revel in self-proclaimed popularity.
Wanna join in? Title your post as “Sharing my blogging kungfu” and trackback here for kicks.
Before you go…
Siva has the backstory on his blog…