Of course, I clicked around while I was busy looking for that disappearing comment. And.... I clicked on the health button for the first time. As it turns out, you're supposed to be regular about this thing (doh!). Now I'm wondering this. I took the time beforehand to make sure that my lens was super close to my vision of it. Actually, taking my time to do things the way I see them is why I haven't published my second lens yet (which, I now consider publishing then making a work-in-progress online to please the health bot). But to get back to the topic of my first lens tho... Since I set up my first lens the way I saw it as being, there isn't really anything I'd like to add to it or take away from it. With that being the case, I'm in a tricky situation. I understand that it pleases the search engines to have regular content added to the lens and can also think of a few ways to make regular adjustments, but what do you do if you, literally, have said all that you've wanted to say and have formatted things in the way you want to format it? Do you then just start adding content or making changes merely for the sake of adding content? Or do you just say accept that you take a hit when you're not making a change regularly? I don't see me doing that, but I thought I'd get a discussion going. Hey squids, what are YOUR approaches to lens-ing... how regularly do you update your lenses?