I haven't been too creative this past week, primarily due to a high operations tempo at work and moving preparations.
However, what I did accomplish was a lot of on-line "sail trimming." I discovered several links were no longer functioning, or active. So I trimmed down the number of side-bar tabs and deleted non-functioning links. I also deleted blogs and websites that haven't had any activity for the past year.
One of the tabs I deleted completely was the Radio Stations tab. Just because they were my favorite stations, doesn't mean they're my readers faves. So "over the side" they went.
I changed the Humor tab to Comic Strips and moved the non-comic strip sites to Entertainment. I also changed the Webcomic tab to Webcomics and Publishers.
What's the difference between Comic Strips and Webcomics?
Not much really.
I didn't use any strict literary definition, just my personal observation and personal preference in organizing. The comic strip sites usually display a 1-row, 3-panel of sequential art, as seen in the daily funnies. Often these strips are episodic, that is, each strip encapsulates a complete story. On the other hand, there are strips that have a story arc that spans several days, or weeks.
Wheras, most webcomics have a full-page appearance, much like a printed comic or graphic novel.
Like I said, not very scientific and I know there's one, or more exceptions to my organizational criteria.
Since blogs aren't suppose to be static, but continually evolving, I may do some tweeking to my reorganization. And I promise I'll keep a better "weather-eye" out for defunct links.