Lots of comings and goings in the ole blog world. Michele and Zuly quit their blogs. Tracy locked hers up last night because of spammers. I just looked at a post from January 2003 where I linked to 47 bloggers that I thought were pretty cool. Out of those, 31 of them have either quit, moved or don’t dig me anymore. That’s just 16 bloggers in the spot where I left them only a little over a year ago. (I have this bad habit of pretending there are real people behind these blogs, and I actually worry about them. Silly me.)
I’m feeling kinda manic depressive about the whole blogging thing. It was just last week that I was blogging up a storm (uh-haaa), and now I feel like shutting the whole mess down and letting it overgrow with spam.
But I’ve been in that dark place before. This is not a goodbye post. It’s just the blog circle of life, babies: One minute, you’re king of the geeks with a thousand visitors a day and people hanging on your every word. The next, you’re just typing random crap that no one will ever read into a personal website to entertain yourself and your wife and kids. I don’t have a problem with either one. I’ve just decided to get off my ass and finish that CD I’ve been promising people since March.
If you’re really bored, dig through my archives or hit the Random link while I’m gone. There’s some pretty funny stuff in there, even if I do say so.
See you on the dark side of the moon.