Pandora is an archive of all sorts of things online. It is funded by the Federal Government via the Australian National Library. It is an archive all sorts of things found online, but with an Australian bias. The name comes from not a box full of nasty surprises, although that could be apt, but is a corruption of the acronym PANDAS, Preserving and Accessing Networked Documentary Resources of Australia.
I know two of my linked bloggers have their blogs archived there, even though one no longer is an active blogger.
Pandora has asked if they could add my blog to the archive.
I have just done a crash course in Pandora.
While I guess it is somewhat of honour, I immediately worry about what I have said about people and how identifiable are some people, especially family and friends.
What about copywrite? I try to credit things that I use off the net where I can, but I don't always.
I am happy to for anyone to filch any photo I may have taken for their own purposes, but I don't want anyone using my pics for their commercial advantage.
Will I post less because I spend more time polishing posts, improving sentence construction and grammar?
Can I still slag orf the hand who funds the archive?
But the major thought is, will it make what I write a little more circumscribed. Maybe you think it ought to.
Clearly it is quantity of posts over quality. What you reckon? Should I accept?