I don’t really make New Year’s “resolutions.” I might set some casual goals, or maybe even make some suggestions to myself, but a resolution is serious business, and I am not capable of handling that kind of demand. So, one of my “suggestions” this year was to spend more time working on this blog.
Reason #1: It’s a good way to avoid laundry and housework.
Reason#2: If I don’t write some stuff and spiff it up a little, the three people that read it will start to think I’m a total douche (you already think that, don’t you?).
I switched to a different template. What do you think?
I lost all the crap in the sidebar when I made the switch, so then I had to go looking for it and put it back. I don’t know anything about programming and languages and CSS and stuff, so I’m more than just a newbie. A simpleton. Yes, that’s it, a simpleton. But I found the stuff and put it back, even though it looks a little disheveled.
So while I was jacking around with the set-up, I am looking at these little links under each post. One is called Reddit. I wonder, “what the hell is a reddit?” I poked around over on that site for an hour, and I’m still not sure what a reddit is. It’s some kind of massive conglomeration of news, where you can submit links and pretty much anything and people vote on them. It’s sort of overwhelming because, it appears, you can submit a picture of your butt and people will vote on it. So even though I made myself an account over there, I’m not sure I have the stamina to spend much time wading through the massive collection of extraneous information.
That’s about as far as I’ve gotten. I should probably think about writing something so one of you can submit it to reddit, and it can compete with butt pictures and news about Oprah’s new half-sister.