No really. Please stop laughing. I do. I’m just not very good at it. Or I’m TOO good and end up having a way too complicated system. And the rest of the time the non-Tracy’s involved muddle it all up and it reverts to the stick-it-in-a-drawer/cupboard/box system.
A few Sundays ago I got to thinking on how I want to organise my postcards swapped through Postcrossing. As with such issues, I turn to the internet for solutions… and started… oh yes…another blog. Tracy’s Online Postcard Database. – until I can think up a new, zany, catchy, hip name, this one will have to do. On this blog every entry will be a single card, categorised by country and tagged by anything else, posted title will be the card ID.This means I’ll be able to file the cards alphabetically physically in a box; the online database making searching for one a LOT easier. Or so I hope.
I’m choosing to ignore the fact that I already have an online wall at Postcrossing
I’m using one of the photoblog themes, Duotone. The site will change colour to match the card. How cool is that! You can also only view the latest post on the main page. I cluttered the bottom widget are a bit… cause I can.
I’ve been busy uploading my cards in no particular order – as I take them off my display wall actually. Like I mentioned, every card is a seperate entry, no text or blub, just the card (some of them even bad quality, but that was before I plugged in fixed my scanner). The posts are all scheduled to post a new one or two every day.Thechnically you HAVE sen all the cards cause of Post Crossing Thursday, but this is more my own filing project… and I thought I’d share.