Occasionally I'll make posts outside of my normal schedule like this. They might not talk much about goldmaking, though.
When I first started actually putting pen to paper on this project, I had a lot to think about. I've tried blogging before - twice. Neither lasted a year. The first time, I wanted to do something that showed folks goldmaking in a different light. The second time, I wanted to give weekly mashup reviews of other blogs.
That first one ended when I ran out of cool things to talk about over a slow summer - kind of like this one (in terms of WoW, at least). It also seemed like folks still liked reading and trying things that - at the time - I felt were very stale. One-off tips that worked, in theory, and then promptly collapsed under their own weight once everyone started using them. Now, I realize those tips are like fashion - they cycle in & out of style / viability with the changing seasons. But back then, their popularity was annoying.
The second one ended when I realized that folks will sometimes make puff-posts one week, and quality posts another week. It's tough to be critical of folks that you've grown to enjoy.
This time, it's just an outlet that I can explore on my own terms. Most nights I spend on Skype chatting into the wee hours with fellow goldmakers over everything from the golden days of vanilla to international politics to, of course, goldmaking. I already spend a great deal of my free time just chatting about this stuff. I already enjoy podcasting.
What I've come realize is that most viewers want to be entertained while being enlightened - or maybe even vice versa (which is A-OK with me). The WoW goldmaking blogosphere has changed since I last was involved in it. There are a lot more new bloggers, new guides, and even new podcasts. I really started noticing them all when I started thinking of starting this project a few months ago.
I wasn't sure if there'd be much room for me to start up Yet Another Blog / Podcast. At the end of the day though, I decided to go for it because even if nothing comes of it, I know I'm going to enjoy having my own space.