The more things change, the more they stay the same

Well, it’s official. I’m just like everyone else — cutesy domain name and all!


With Diaryland becoming more and more desolate, I’ve decided to jump ship. Blogging tools have become easily accessible and useable by everyday Joes such as me. It’s not Diaryland easy, but it’s not like I can’t learn how to do something new and different.


The old blog is linked over there with a few others I read regularly. A quick point of etiquette: If you know me in real life and have only been around for only a few months or weeks, it would be much appreciated if you didn’t go clicking around the old place all too much. Go back too far, and you might find out things that are better heard from my own lips — especially if those lips are ones you’ll potentially be kissin’.


I’m a little peeved that the dot-com version of my domain isn’t available. I understand the free market economy and how if it was something I wanted, I should have bought it long ago. However, my problem with this is that the guy who bought it is just hoping that the couple hundred people who read over here get confused and go over there. But *gasp*! When you accidentally go over there and see a bunch of crappy ads, you’ll know you’re in the wrong place.


The same way I give the jackasses over at Web Advertising Corp. (owners of chicagojo.com) the finger, I give an especially hearty double finger and a chin flick to Domain Discovery. Those jerkwads have tied up my previous science and tech domain for ages. Guess what! I bet you don’t get 15,000 hits anymore. Ya know, since the site has been gone for nearly five years now!


Anyway, that’s enough of an attempt at an entry. Let’s just pretend that this is an FYI.

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One response to “The more things change, the more they stay the same

  1. I’m so happy you have a blog with comments!

    And boo to Web Advertising Corp.

    ~off to update your link on my blog~

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