<p>I think this is why I have a blog. I want a place where I can tell the world about funny, interesting, or strange shit I find scattered around the internet. It also provides an easy forum for my miscelaneous writings, where I can forgo the hassles of an editor. Everything gets published, dammit. </p> <p>Ever since I set up my blog with <a href="http://www.movabletype.org">Movable Type</a> , I have spent some time looking at some of the interesting blogs that others have created using this software, randomly picking links off the “recently updated” list on MT’s homepage. I recently discovered <a href="http://www.dooce.com">dooce.com</a> , and have really been enjoying it a lot. It’s also been a bit humbling, as I realize how infrequently I write, and how much funnier I could be. Dooce is there. And today I found a perfect <a href="http://www.dooce.com/mtarchives/03_19_2002.html">example</a> of why I love her writing . Have yourself a lookie-loo. </p>
lighting simulationist, crossfitter, former drinker.