(Postdated in hopes all shall participate. Speak up! I beg you! Love and hugs to all who already have. New content below.)
There was a meme running around ScienceBlogs for a while there, asking lurkers to de-lurk, stand up and be counted. You know what, why not? The most important part of blogging is you, my darlings, and at least just this once, step into the spotlight and take a bow! I promise you can run back to the shadows afterward, if the shadows are your preference.
Tell me who are you (although you can choose to remain anonymous, pseudonymous, or any -mous of your choice).
How did you get here?
Why are you here?
What do you want from me? Which is actually a pretty serious question, although you can be snarky if you like.
Any of you wanting to engage in shameless self-promotion, by all means do! This is your time to shine.
Right, then, my darlings, it’s over to you.
…when you start dreaming about your blog? I had a very long and involved dream this morning that Blake Stacey from Science After Sunclipse came for a visit, and I was ignoring the poor man because I had to comb the internets for appropriate tidbits for you lot. As I remember, he sat nearby making very distracting snarky comments. And ordered me pizza. Thanks for that.
For those who are wondering, his intellect is indeed as formidable in the dreamosphere as it is in the blogosphere.
Do you bloggers ever dream blog-related dreams?
Sitemeter is like the Dark Lord. It sees all, knows all. And yes, I’m afraid my Lord of the Rings fangirldom just got the best of me there. Do pardon me.
What it doesn’t know is why a few of you have stumbled into my cantina after doing a Google search for “Mike Argento” and “Expelled.”
What’s up with that?
In the best traditions of investigative journalism, I searched both Mike’s columns in the York Daily Record and Argento’s Front Stoop, and found nary a thing. I knew I wouldn’t discover anything through Google because you lot kept ending up here. So I found a Deep Throat source – i.e., emailed Mike – and he says he hasn’t written anything yet but likely will after he’s seen the film. We’ll all have to troop over and read it. The man’s a modern-day Mark Twain, and besides the fact he’s that good, he’ll deserve love after the suffering.
I’ll keep you posted, so by all means, if you stumbled here looking for Mike Argento and Expelled, stumble back soon. In the meantime, might I suggest some recent Mike:
Bury the groundhog metaphor
Article Last Updated: 04/27/2008 02:19:12 AM EDT
Now that it’s over, the first thing we should do to recover from our close-call with the electoral process, as a state, is kill that groundhog.
You know you’re going to end up spitting your drink all over the screen and then cracking your ribs with laughter. How do you know? Because I just did.