Friday, August 26, 2005

What you talkin' 'bout, Willis?

No, seriously.  The following blog IS written in English.  I swear:

When it Reigns...

This site is eye-catching, what with the spiffy graphics that literally reach from beyond and violently grab at your eye balls.

Try it if ye dare:

Hah. Kidding.  They don’t grab, so much as swipe at your eyes.  

Which, of course, is much less threatening.

Wednesday, August 17, 2005

It's all Cleek to me.

Not overtly funny like some sites, but it has a less assuming sense of humor.

I'd say classy, but then I read the post with a Christopher Watkins quote and that blew it.

Of course, that's also what made me more sure that I'd want to be able to refer back to it:

Post two many...

Well, well, the midst of the many fantasy football blogs I've found a wittle gem for wannabe web gurus.

Or, at least for those interested in resources that will help make their simple websites a little more dazzling for the few who remain unfamiliar with html (or is it xml?) coding:

To the author of WUR: You're so smaaarht.

One day, when I'm expert enought in something to devote a blog to it, I won't. Because then you'll know what I know, thus reducing my marketability. duh.

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Post One of Many and Many and Many...and Many

So, "I'ma postin'!" as the cool young hicks might say. I really just wanted to start this blog because of this great title I came up with, but I didn't want to disturb my current site. I mean, who knows what silent audience already follows?

Really...who knows? Cause I don't.

Okay, so I thought that if I could link to a lot of really intellectual, reflective and humorous sites, then I, by association, would seem the same.


Smartlink numero one:

This is serious stuff. Very profound and I imagine conversations with this gentleman would make me feel stupid.

Thus, I will not initiate a convo, but offer a chance for others to ponder their own ignorance or non-chalance regarding really important things that affect us all.

Feel free to return here to wallow in the realization that there's more to life, and that we're not yet motivated enough to actively pursue it.