In addition to my usual soccer stuff, I did this story this week. And the gallery, and most of the timeline. Then the packaging for this. And I finished this redesign.
It’s good to be busy, though. For one thing, I get to ignore inane political arguments like the Malkin-Ray flap, which I won’t bother to describe in the interest of minimizing the number of people subjected to it. All I can say is that it proves why 99 percent of political blogging is about as useful as According to Jim fan fiction.
So all I have here is this stream-of-consciousness ranting, which gives me a good opportunity to mention the terrific generational warfare piece that lots of people seem to be saving at d.e.lici.o.us. Basically, I fully agree with the notion that my generation has been forgotten between the narcissistic Baby Boomers and the tech-savvy Millennials. It starts with a really funny story about a guy who calls in sick to work, then posts a picture of what he was actually doing to Facebook. The boss busted him with wonderfully wry wit.
And finally, I love this brief take on Twitter.
Time to sleep. Cheers, all.
2 thoughts on “Write like the wind”
“All I can say is that it proves why 99 percent of political blogging is about as useful as According to Jim fan fiction.”
Hysterical, I might have to borrow that one.
Hey, folks, you can borrow my According to Jim fan fiction anytime.