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You know those posts where bloggers apologize for neglecting their blog, or only blogging sporadically, over a long period of time and subsequently promise to deliver more good content in the very near future? I’ve never understood these posts. It’s like having a meeting to talk about what hasn’t been done, thereby creating the need to have another meeting at some indefinite point in the future when something has actually been done. It’s a waste of time on something that has no point.
Yet bloggers still write, and publish, these “sorry I’ll be better” posts. And this is mine.
Thanks for reading. 😉
112.8 million blogs tracked by Technorati.
40,000+ blogs started daily.
These are the markers of my foray into the blogging world as author. I have just become a fraction of a statistic. Fantastic! (Never mind that I’m a fraction of hundreds, maybe even hundreds of thousands, of other statistics.) So what is so important or interesting about what I have to say? Ultimately, it’s for each individual (i.e. you) to assess my relevance.
And so I make only one promise: These random draftings will cover the spectrum of my endeavors, and coalesce as an ever-evolving collage & montage illustrating dimensionality that is innately human.