There was a time when the blog ruled the world. It was the THING to do if you were an upward mobile creative ready to break down the walls of the old standards of entertainment. No publishers. No agents. No editers. I mean, editors. It was you, your self-centered thoughts, and a publish button.
Ah, the mid-2000s.
A true golden age of blogging... that I missed. I had one! Oh, don't fret, I was cool. Ha. Come on. I totally had one. I signed up for BlogPress... or WordZone... or something. I learned to insert pictures and basic HTML. (Though I feel I really learned that during the heyday of using a Commodore 64 in the 1980s. Load: C: Prompt: Play my game please.) And I blogged. Like, you know, once every two months. Kinda. Sometimes less. I wrote a lot of posts on My Space. Now THAT was the height of social media.
So, yeah, I missed the craze. I never found my rhythm. My mind drifted to other fruitless endeavors.
But it's never too late...
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