Aligning the Planets (Again)

I guess with this whole re-boot thing going on, I get the chance to re-write my about page – or even not bother with one. Do I write a self-aggrandizing pile of codswallop, or should accidental readers be forced to figure me out through the published posts? I’m tempted not to bother. I’m not bothering with a lot of things these days.

I read an interesting tweet from a long time favourite blogger earlier – commenting that blogging had changed almost out of recognition from when we all started. I have a fairly good record of everything I’ve written since about 2003, and know that I started at least a couple of years before that. It’s tempting to look back at those early years with rose-tinted spectacles – it’s also rather sobering when you consider how many of us are still writing. I can probably count those that started around the same time, and are still going on the fingers of one hand – and I’m one of them.

Anyway. I’m supposed to be working. I’ll write more soon – probably about something exciting like the weather, or the damn fish tank pump packing up last night.


8 Replies to “Aligning the Planets (Again)”

  1. Hi, I look forward to future posts.You may or may not be aware that there is no option (I can see) to 'like' your posts. This may be something peculiar to Blogspot, I'm not too familiar with it as a blogging site.Some of my interest in your endeavours is due to my attempting to do many of the same things, creating somewhat anonymous sites without links back to my personal life. Oh “the web we weave”.

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  2. You are quite correct – there is no “like” option in Blogger. You either comment, or not. It stops people clicking like on everything in site in hopes of people following back to their own blogs.


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