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Why do you read blogs?

I’ve been wondering. I’m not sure why I read blogs myself!

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Why not read articles by established opinionators, stories by reputed writers, whacky visuals on established ads, photographs taken by friends rather than unknown people, instructions on how to do something or solve a problem from established players in a field?

What desires in us, what needs does the blog form satisfy that other forms can’t? What is it doing differently?

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Teaser for my upcoming series — The Kailley Chronicles: The 2012 Prophesies Begin

Fictional story of how the 2012 prophesies might unfold Two young girls are thrust together by fate to bring vital information to a world in the process of evolutionary change as the year 2012 approaches. Kailley Sa’id received her first communications from the Lorkesh Consortium in the form of a journal entry between many other … Continue reading Teaser for my upcoming series — The Kailley Chronicles: The 2012 Prophesies Begin

NOTE: Love the “infographic” as elimination rounds!

Enemy of Apathy | Productivity, Task Management, Business, & Tech

 

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With Movember coming to an end, it is time to put the best mo’s (or staches, if you prefer) to the test. Think March Madness but with furry lips and waxed tips. The hope is that this tournament will help finally put an end to the never ending fight over who has the greatest mo while bringing increased awareness to men’s health, particularly prostate cancer. If you enjoy it, please donate a few shillings here: http://mobro.co/jeremylouden.

Selection Sunday

Before the tournament could come to a start, some ground rules had to be created. First, it was decided that 64 mo’s would be entered into the tournament, broken down into 4 regions, and seeded 1-8 in each region. Each region was given a category that its entrants had to belong: sports figures, famous people, TV characters, and movie characters. I could go into great detail how some were…

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Waiting for the Clean Sweep

NOTE: Great pix of the Colorado mountains in the late fall! Hope your allergies allow you to explore them in the spring when things are new and green…but any time of year is gorgeous!

Peace With My Life

Fall is into full swing here; we’ve had three snows (the last one 2 inches deep) and nights are getting cold, 20 degrees (Fahrenhight) on a regular basis. But the snows melt pretty quickly ,and it gets warm still, during the day. Why am I obsessed with the weather? Because it makes me sick. Literally. Every year, fall is my Achilles heel. I’m allergic to the mold that grows in decaying vegetation, and I’ve been sick almost non-stop for the past month.  As soon as one “cold” leaves, a week later, another one begins. As a child, I was sick every Christmas, due to the mold living in the Christmas tree we kept.

What is this really about? I think part of it is a deep, subconscious rebellion against the inevitable death and decay that fall brings. I’m all about evolution of myself, my soul, and my outlook. Fall is…

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