Monday, September 12, 2005

The Unbearable Lightness of Blogging

Seven years of professional IT experience and I've finally created by own personal Web prescence, this blog. Wow, that didn't take long!
And now, having bored friends and colleagues with my exceptional insights on every subject under the sun, especially those in which I am most ignorant, I can now bore complete strangers too.
As with the Titanic, the Maginot Line, the Leisure Suit, the AMC Gremlin and invading Iraq, creating this blog seemed like a good idea at the time.
But now the cows have come home to roost, and viewed through a glass darkly , the sands of time will bear witness to the tiger I appear to have caught by it's tail.

And yet I feel honored to have finally become a part of the blogging community, and I am proud to have created for myself what amounts to a job with no pay and no H.R department to go whining to.

But I shall stay the course, or quit. If it weren't for the Backspace and Delete keys, I'd be more worried. So I shall blog until I can blog no more, and then who knows? I hear FEMA needs a new Director , and it has an actual website. Crap floats, and I hope to do the same in the blogging pool.

Please don't comment on this entry, I'm just filling some cyberspace. But stay tuned, I might make some actual sense any day now.

2 comments:

Snerd Gronk said...

Well for someone who knows you but is neither one of your friends, nor a stranger, but rather an acquaintance (Knowledge of a person acquired by a relationship less intimate than friendship), bore away, if that's your drill.

I have saved your 'sight' so that I am able to drop by ... now that KEv pointed your blog out - you know he is really quite supportive of those who post 'quality' on the blog

Anywaz, nice to hear from you again, ole chap.

Snerd
snerdgronk@hotmail.com

YY4Me said...

"But I shall stay the course, or quit."

Please don't quit. You have a way with words - ". . .the cows have come home to roost . . ." made me smile. Good thing, too, since what came after was all too real, and scary.

Thanks for starting this blog. It's good to see another New Jersian (is that correct?) who feels like I do.