Thursday, June 7, 2012

Temporary Ending?

When I started this blog, I didn't know what I intended to do with it.

What I would write.

And even more, who the heck would read it?
In my first day or two a lot of people, surprisingly, read my posts, although I'm sure most of them never put up with my arrogant style again.

I also got goals set upon me by fellow blogger Altie that I wouldn't make it more than two weeks.

So it gave me a goal, and a purpose.

And I set forth to put up a new post every day (not counting Shabbos/YT).

It is now 39 days after I started this blog.

It has also been 37 published posts/notes/guest posts/etc. on this blog, with a surprising number of "PageViews" (for what those are worth), numbering into the 2000s.

But for now, I think I am done with it.

I have lost my will to do it.

I hope to still keep reading/commenting on the blogs around me.

And if something sparks my interest enough, I may put out periodic new posts.

Thanks to those who have read, and will stay around for those random times that I do post.

Arrivederci il mio segreto anonimo amici.


  1. Temporary ending is an oxymoron. Temporary implies that you will be coming back, and ending, by definition means it is over. I think the word you are looking for is hiatus, unless you really don't plan to blog again.

    Can't say I'll miss it :P

    I like your choice of location.

    "Arrivederci il mio segreto anonimo amici" lol.

  2. "Why am I not suprised?"-Iago (from Aladdin)

    1. Try putting the pressure on yourself of writing a post every day. See if you'll last.

    2. Who said every day? Usually people who do that their blogs are incredibly lame. So write when the inspiration strikes, like normal people.

  3. Don't make a schedule nor a plan. Just write. When you want, when you feel it. Zehu. Those posts are usually much more interesting/enjoyable/meaningful.


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