With a brand new year upon us, I’d like to take a moment to list some vague but achievable goals for the next twelve months. Ideally, I’d like to publish two new articles as well as one new exhibit each month. That’s a whopping twenty-four articles and twelve exhibits. When I first started Television Obscurities (way back in 2003) I was churning out six articles a month. In all fairness, however, the articles offered today are much more comprehensive and far better written. Not to mention citations and Flash video. There’s no comparison.
I already know one of the articles I plan on writing for January: The Strange Case of Selena Mead. I’ll have a poll up
this evening tomorrow with three or four choices for the second article and let the general public decide. I also know what the exhibit for this month will be (here’s a hint: it involves computers). In addition to the articles and the exhibit, I’ll continue to be putting up videos in the Video Vault, discussing missing or lost television in TV’s Lost & Found, pulling artifacts out of my collection and discussing all manner of other things. It’s going to be an exciting year.