My Recent Posting Frequency

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I know it’s been a week since I last posted here, and that I’ve been really low on post volume for the last month or two. I’m just getting busier with school and have also been getting distracted by Wikipedia (up to over 16,500 contributions as of right now). Also, there hasn’t been as much going on that’s really stirred an opinion in me, which is really why I blog. I considered blogging about Microsoft’s recent bid to acquire Yahoo!, but found I didn’t really have a strong opinion to write about. Blogging without an opinion to generate the words doesn’t really make good use of the readers’ time.

I apologize for the out-of-context post, and if you think this entry is a waste of your time, don’t feel obligated to read it. I certainly don’t expect every reader to read every post I write; I don’t treat other blogs that way.

When something happens that I really want to talk about, know that I will take a break from school (heh, more like reverting vandalism on Wikipedia) to blog about it. As I said, I just haven’t been terribly moved by any of the recent announcements made by Google or anyone else. The Microsoft-Yahoo! thing was lacking substance; plenty of other people made comments, and anything I would have said would have just been repetitive. (Yahoo! turned down Microsoft anyway.) I’ll blog about a Y! acquisition when something concrete happens. Meanwhile, my posting frequency is going to be lower for the time being. Perhaps all you readers can get useful stuff done for a change instead of reading my random rants. 😉

dgw

I am an avid technology and software user, in addition to being reasonably well-versed in CSS, JavaScript, HTML, PHP, Python, and (though it still scares me) Perl. Aside from my technological tendencies, I am also a theatre technician, sound designer, violinist, singer, and actor.

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