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Saturday, July 13, 2002
After packing up and leaving micahth.diaryland.com, I began logging at mth.blogspot.com on May 13 so today is the two month anniversary.
I've actually posted here a lot more than I had planned to and probably more than I will in the future. I keep saying this but I have a lot of projects going on right now and blogging as much as I do probably doesn't help me since I have long had trouble consistently finishing all of the projects that I start. Ideally I would like to update this log 3-4 times a week and continue to feature of mix of links to more substantial pieces that I have written such as my June 28 entry, serious opinion pieces like "Illogical Warmongering with Ken Adelman" and "How was your Fourth?", personal observations like "Fred loves to play fetch..." and links to cool things on the net like Bruce Springsteen songs.
If that sounds like a lot, it is because it is. Once I get this system humming there might not be a lot of any thing but there will be a little bit for my beloved public. If you want to keep up on what is happening in the world. don't rely on me as I don't even come close to linking to every story I find interesting. You're better off going to sites like antiwar.com or Cursor, or reading sites that have multiple reporters doing actual reporting. (If you don't understand the distinction, don't worry, no less a blogger than Commander Reynolds -to borrow the nickname that Warblogger Watch bestowed on him- that apparently thinks linking to a story amounts to reporting it.