Monthly Archives: February 2010
Despite having made no posts since this one ten days ago, I’ve been consistently getting at least some traffic on the site from day to day, averaging to about 4 views a day. That’s pretty shocking, and slightly alarming. I mean, this unsolicited surge in non-imaginary readership really puts pressure on me to deliver quality content on a regular basis. Am I up to it? Doubtful, but I suppose I can try. So let’s kick it off with this wonderful, content rich post.
Which is to say, the new moon/Chinese New Year! So go party it up in the year of the Tiger, with absolutely no fear of werewolves! Leave the silver bullets behind, and have some fun. That is all.
Okay, it’s time to try out something new. I’m going to do a book review! Since I’ve never really done one before, I have already lowered your expectations by tacking ‘half-assed’ onto the title of this post. If I have failed to achieve this effect, go back and read it again. Good now? Okay, let’s begin. I’m going to review the book that I just finished reading, The Graveyard Book. Read the rest of this entry
I liked the last theme, but it was too restrictive, y’know? I felt too squeezed together with that narrow column, and it looked even worse once I got a widescreen monitor. So when I saw this new theme, I jumped on it. I don’t get much in terms of customization, but the whole thing looks and feels a lot more natural, I think.
Now, obviously, all this theme shuffling is all part of a clever conspiracy to divert your attention from the distinct lack of content on this blog. I’m working on that, maybe? Wouldn’t you like to know. Well, we’ll see. Well, I will, for sure. And maybe you will, too. No obligations. And I mean, the subtle hypnotic cues all over the place don’t mean anything, do they?