My first Weblog

I was never all that good at keeping a diary. And I have always been somewhat shy. Moreover, I am not all that interested in reading the half-baked opinions of strangers. I already don’t have enough time in the day to get some high-priority tasks accomplished. And furthermore, there is enough annoying information, bad writing, and self-congratulatory rubbish to read in traditional publishing media. So, it is not much of a surprise that I had little interest in blogging. Until now. So, what has changed, you ask?

Well, firstly, I now think that blogs can provide a good way for friends, family, and acquaintances to keep up with each others lives. It is a hectic life around these parts (the early 21st cent.) and foremost on my list of desiderata are tools that help get community back into my daily routine. That said, I will be thrilled to be read by people I don’t already know.

Secondly, since I swim in techie waters here in the SF Bay Area, it would be a failure of career development if I didn’t attempt to have some familiarity with at least the hugely popular aspects of Web technology. So, there it is. Time for Neo to have a blog.

This is going to be mostly a “daily life” blog, but the things that usually occur daily in my life are tech work, photography, music, philosophy, gardening, food and wine. So, this handful of topics will be the usual topics of discussion. 



1 Response to “My first Weblog”

  1. April 14, 2008 at 11:19 am

    Don’t forget to include family news, Neo! Love — t

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