It’s that time of the month again—the first Wednesday, which means IWSG Meeting Day. But today is not merely another IWSG day; it’s the Two Year Anniversary of the group! That’s quite an accomplishment in a world where an online group has the life expectancy of a Miley Cyrus hit. So to celebrate, let’s take a … More The Power of TWO
Here’s a silly post to kick off the last official weekend of Summer 2013, in which I clarify, once and for all, what that blessed word MEME memes…er, means. Meme: (rhymes with Cherry Cordial Ice Cream) According to the definition that pops up when you Google “What is a meme?” it is a NOUN. A noun, folks. That’s all … More Memes: What the Hell are They?
It’s 7:45 on an overcast Saturday morning and I can’t believe I’m already out on the road. Great time to drive, though; no traffic at all. It’s easier to speed, too, and I steal a glance at the speedometer—five miles under the speed limit. God, when did I become such an old man? Eh…I continue … More Exactly Where I Need To Be
During the last IWSG meeting, I visited Livia Peterson, who posed a question that has kicked around the rooms a while: Should I reply to comments or not?” Before that, there was Al Diaz, otherwise known as Father Dragon, who brought up the topic during the A-Z Challenge, and whether you’ve discussed it on your site … More On Commenting
Well, the moment has finally arrived…The Day the Blogfests Stood Still. The day I became an anarchist and topped the NSA’s list of most dangerous bloggers. The day that Gary Philip Pennick demanded that we not pay attention to him by paying attention to him and throwing a blogfest—but not really a blogfest—an Anti-blogfest. For … More The Anti-Blogfest Blogfest (or Gary Philip Pennick’s Sad Cry for Attention)