Saturday, December 22, 2007


Yes, it's another "boring" blog entry from.. yours truly. With nothing to say, I amaze and amuse myself with long-winded diatribes about NOTHING!!! One wonders, can a nobody have something to say? The answer is obvious: No!!!

I've just burned a whole paragraph of cyberspace real estate and I'm just getting started. Don't worry, I'm almost done.


Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Tuesday, December 11, 2007


With a title like that, how can you pass up a good read like this?

I've found it!!! I've found the right font for my blog: Arial "Largest" (not bold). You see, I've been searching high and low--not really, just up and down--for the right font and point-size for my new blog template. You like? I do. The search is over. Now all I have to do is italicize, underline, and embolden for emphasis.

Okay, I've decided to downsize to "Large." This might be a little more readable, in my opinion. Let's see...

If I embolden it, then what?

I actually prefer bold. But then what will I do if I want to emphasize something? I know. I'll...highlight it!!! Come on. I can't highlight everything like that, can I? Sure. Why not?

How about gray letter?

Monday, December 10, 2007


I've always preferred Arial font. I'll see how it looks published...

Friday, December 7, 2007


The definition of knowledge worker can be a nebulous one. I applaud the advent of personal computing and especially the Internet because they enable the average person to selectively educate and enlighten him- or herself. Of course, blogging can be an integral part of that process.

In this blog entry, we shall explore the intricacies, the ins and outs, of blogging and knowledge work. I do the latter and sometimes the former in my spare time because I have what most people call a "real" job. It takes a certain amount of attention and devotion to this task in order to produce anything worthy of someone else's perusal and pleasure.

Enjoyment is usually found with the "worker" rather than the observer. I say this because I generally work alone. That is, I am not in some office, hunting and pecking my way to a deadline. Instead, I am at home working at my own pace, saying what I want to whoever will read it.

This is freedom. Earlier today, I was studying online some books by Gary North and others on using his Deja Vu reader to view them. It was very enlightening, challenging to my views (however unformed they may be), and rewarding. I encourage anyone to go there ( if you feel the world is hopeless.

Well, dear reader, you and I have come to the end of another award-winning blog entry. I never know whether to call them "posts" or "entries," or for that matter, whether to use quotation marks or italics. In any event, BFN...;)

Wednesday, December 5, 2007


Well now that I've changed templates, I just have to post another entry on my blog, mainly because I want to see how the changes look.

I know you're thinking, who cares?

I'm trying not to sound like Holden Caulfield in Catcher in the Rye, which I read while in college. It was a very depressing read, one which I don't recommend unless you are researching good books for a bad day. After all, what's a blog for?


You know, the reason someone blogs is so that they can communicate with the outside world, using only their ten fingers and a PC. I say using ten fingers because that is exactly what I am trying to do--practice typing. It truly is a blessing to be able to do this, since I am the "they" of whom I speak.

Well, when in doubt, start a new paragraph.