But I won’t.
Just moved into our first home, actually it’s been about 1.5 months now. Have given myself an introductory crash course in DIYness. I suppose its time to begin filling a garage walls with an adequate tool set. And I think twitter has forever changed my ability to express myself in the written form [/GASP did I break the 180 character barrier?! ]
I am truly astounded by the value of twitter, I honestly didn’t think i’d keep the account I started to mess around with for more than a day. At first I found it an excellent way of setting up a specialized source of news. Interested in space I looked for accounts that twittered on the topic – but found another benefit, a new depth of coverage on the topic. All of the people sharing their views and experiences on a topic provides something much more valuable than a current events source, it allows a conversation with people who share your interest, with whom you quite possibly you would’ve never interacted with, without it. In short – I’ve discovered SOCIAL NETWORK! Eureka!
No really, seriously – personally anything with a social element is to be dreaded and avoided at all cost. It’s by some unexplainable discontinuity in the universes laws that I find myself in a happy marriage, with an incredible son to be thankful for. But there maybe something to social networking I’ve been hearing so much about since I was a young pup.
Okay so I know this sound like an excuse – he’s saying its “being a first time home owners fault,” or “it’s Twitter’s fault.” I’m not.
This has been an update of a blog nobody* reads.
*in this case, by nobody it is meant that if you take the total population of potential readers and compare that with people who’ve actually read you construct a means of taking the limit with respect to time, readership likely approaches 0. And so can be said to be nobody. If you are a reader please don’t be offended by the idea that you may eventually be considered part of a set, that may eventually be regarded as nothing significant or trivial (:
Unless. Of course – we do go to the stars and all discussion of space, may in some future consideration be something, significant. Please come again.