Title say it all.
Title say it all.
I have a series of personal logs that I have initially set and will remain published privately.
From today on, I will make all log entries public. There are reasons why I would want to keep certain posts private. For the most part, it doesn’t make sense to keep these things private overall mainly because of the medium I’m using. The Internet, the World Wide Web is a public forum. I think the one thing that kept me from posting regularly is that I had set my posts to be automatically shared. I don’t think I like that idea. Not yet, anyway. Not until I can get my style and range of topics under control.
I can always thing of things to do with my blog. I may even get initially excited about it, but for some reason none of it continued to resonate with me. I would have no sustained motivation to follow through.
So, for the time being, I think I’ll simply write. Write and ramble.
I do have one topic I think I’ll write under. I’ll maintain a blog about my coming trip that will begin this afternoon. I think it’ll work. Let’s see how it pans out.
Why Is Donald Trump So Obsessed With Surveillance? – BuzzFeed News
I had never heard of these until just… 15 minutes ago. This morning, I opened up my twitter and found this post:
— Local 12/WKRC-TV (@Local12) February 17, 2017
I had heard of incubators before, but in a tech context, such as the ones featured in Sillicon Valley.
then I found this article that expounded in more detail of what they are.
It turns out that these things have been around for a little longer than I’ve been alive. I guess you would know about these if you were in the food service industry and actually cared.
I half wondered if there were ever such a thing as a kitchen you can rent if you wanted to prep food to serve, such as in a cartering business, but didn’t have the financial resources to buy your own professional grade kitchen. Now I know.
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