Another Year Older and Deeper in Debt.

Thu, 2007-12-13 02:26

Long time readers will know that I do not celebrate my own birthday, but rather the birthday of my blog. This date is marked by the one that Drupal was first installed, as detailed in last year's post. This date has no bearing on blog posts or lack there of, it is just the date that Drupal gives me on my profile. Actually it was 4 days ago, December 8. Happy belated birthday, antigrammar.com.

This might be a good time for me to give some insight as to why this blog exists. I have had some comments in the past year, and the main theme of the user remarks boils down to "Why is this drivel here at all?" A fair question indeed, let's see what I can do with it.

The first reason, and admittedly the least important one, is that everybody has a blog and so I must have one too. Time and time again I sign up for a site that asks for an URL. I leave this one. Sometimes I leave a comment on another blog and give this address. It is how it is done.

Second, back when I could afford therapy I was encouraged to write something down every day. I got pretty good at it back then, maybe not so much now when nobody is taking notes, but still worth a try I say.

Mostly, I write just for the practice. They say practice makes perfect. Any improvement at all would help in my real life. Leave a comment. It helps me know where I went wrong.

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