This is my thirteenth post on this particular iteration of my blog. For an entertaining discussion of the superstitions surrounding the number 13, check out this post at Glossophilia. I don't believe in superstitions no way not me nuh uhh. My grandmother was superstitious. She didn't like when people opened umbrellas in the house. My … Continue reading Jay Kay Y’all!
According to a randomly chosen journal entry from April of 2012, I read this book called Rush: Why We Thrive in the Rat Race while standing in a second hand book store. It was apparently an invigorating read that changed the way I looked at life for at least three hours. So I looked into it. I … Continue reading Some Halfway Digested Thoughts About Behaviorism and Not Doing Your Research
I like one word post titles. That was the enlightenment I had today. The reason for this post being called Eureka. No, not really. Today I learned the blog posts should have many, many paragraphs. You don't want to put too many sentences in one paragraph. People will look away. They will get bored, they … Continue reading Eureka
I did not want to write a post today on etrubs.com. And I barely did, anyway, but I guess oh well at least I did. I am sleepy and didn't have anything prepared. I have fifty ideas written down for blog posts but half of them seemed to be really the same post at heart … Continue reading EPUBs are Boring!
Today I'm publishing my fifth post on etrubs.com. I did manage to learn a few new tricks with ebooks this week, mostly thanks to the problems with Kristina's ebook that I couldn't figure out how to fix until I bought Paul Salvette's guide to everything you need to know about ebooks (you know, the one … Continue reading Self-Censorship
I was talking to some other people who took John Sonmez's blogging course the other day and one guy said to me, "Yeah, blogging is hard!" I was like say whatttt blogging is easy! But then I thought about it and he is right. He started blogging two years ago and then he stopped like … Continue reading Bloggin Ain’t Easy
I'm always jarred by the passage of time. It always seems to me that Christmas is right around the corner. If it's not this Christmas it's next Christmas. When I look at when I started certain things, I get both amazed and discouraged. For instance, I started my Twitter account in 2008. Amazing! I've got … Continue reading Starting Over and Over and Starting Again