I know all of my loyal readers pay intimate attention to each and every change on my blog, but in case you didn’t notice what happened I’ll fill you in.
Just last night I modified some minor elements over in the archive for my work with Gladeo. The biggest and most noticeable change was the shift from an internal photo showing the reporting team from when I first joined on:
To a much more recent image on Gladeo’s website showing myself with my title:
Given my current lack of facial hair, both images are technically pretty dated. So you might be wondering why I bothered.
I assure you that the change isn’t some vain attempt to clear my blog of any pictures not featuring me, myself and I.
It’s more about the page where this new picture is found on Gladeo’s website.
The team photo is about a year-and-a-half old, and the Gladeo League itself has drastically changed since. For instance, I’m technically no longer just a part of the reporter-interns.
I’m the head of the League, the Managing Editor. The Superman to their Justice League. The Lex Luthor to their Legion of Doom.
Just not the Jesse Eisenberg one.
As a result you can this new-ish picture of me on the official staff page. Essentially where a bio would go, just without any text from me.
I wanted to bring things more up-to-date with this web development, as Michelle let me know she was setting it up yesterday.
Even if it isn’t technically that “up-to-date” due to my aforementioned lack of fur nowadays. In fact, when I was in a video conference with Michelle, it took her a long time to figure out why I looked younger until she realized we haven’t seen each other since I had foregone the follicles.
The visual change isn’t the only update I made to that Gladeo page on my blog, however.
Part of the reason I was in a video call with Michelle yesterday was that she needed to show me how to do some work on the inner-mechanisms of the website.
As I mentioned in my Homeless in the South Bay post, and many times before that, I’ve begun to accrue hours for my Internship class. The 120-hour goal will likely encourage me to go to more events or reach out to more possible interviewees, but at the same time it has encouraged me to take up as much extra work for Gladeo as I can.
Including now running the official website’s blog.
That’s right, I have a more traffic heavy outlet to shout my thoughts into now!
… Or I would, if that job wasn’t mostly about posting updates and such. The only assignment I’ve been given so far is copying off the last year’s worth of Facebook post updates onto the nonprofit’s website.
Once I see how that will come out in a tangible form, I’ll figure out the right place to point you all and flesh out my work portfolio with the PR-esque work.
Today I just wanted to relish in the increased responsibilities, expansion of my skill set and time sink for required Internship hours.
As always, great things should be coming soon enough!
I think so, anyway. Really the only reason I had the chance to finish this post so early in the afternoon is because my car crapped out on me.
So here’s hoping that doesn’t become such an issue that I’ll have a lot to say on it for another day’s post.