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Tuesday, April 22, 2008


To the right is the record of my blogging frequency since I started this blog. It is nothing short of pathetic, showing the approximate evolutionary momentum of a degenerate flobberworm.

The beginning euphoria and the motto 'A post per day' was quickly replaced by 'A post per day if it is not the weekend', which then degenerated to 'A post per day if it is not weekend and I feel like it' which was subsequently murdered and has not been seen for quite some time.

I was planning to do something against that, maybe under the slogan: 'May, a post per day', but quickly realised that I did not want to wait that long. Also, draft.blogger has this cool new feature to schedule posts to post automagically in the future, which makes this blarticle a blast from the past!

Anyway, welcome to a time of immense activity under the motto 'April 22nd, and not looking back'. Or something. I might have to work on that one.


  1. I am so tempted to take you up on that pledge and do something similar on my own blog as well! But the thing about blogging on the Tribune site is that I feel strangely compelled (even though I'm not, not really) to write about somewhat substantive matters, and even occasionally comment on current affairs. But if I wrote somewhere else, I probably would have zero visibility (as opposed to the .5% I have on the Tribune). Catch-22, of sorts. Then again, I rarely have anything interesting happen to me, so blogging in general is quite a reach. Oh well. Here's to being more frequent, though!

  2. Whereas I live the happy live of a backstage-blogger (~10 visits per day), so I can post any crap I want to ;)