I Read, I Commented, I Ranted

Two Updates:

1. Day before yesterday, I read a post by James Hoff on cac.ophony.org by following a twitter from Mikhail Gershovich. I subsequently commented. (lots of links, I know. seems sort of cool. and sort of annoying, too.) It’s long, and it’s sort of supposed to stand-in for a blog entry today. The article’s a good read. I was annoyed. Clearly.

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2.Thought I had flushed it from my system, but then made the mistake of posting a link to my comment on Facebook. With attached snarky rant. More discussion. Preaching to the choir. Felt good. For awhile. Then like I’d wasted my time. Now I post a link to it here, hoping that maybe, if it doesn’t die quite yet, it won’t have been a waste of time.

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I Read, I Commented, I Ranted

Two Updates:

1. Day before yesterday, I read a post by James Hoff on cac.ophony.org by following a twitter from Mikhail Gershovich. I subsequently commented. (lots of links, I know. seems sort of cool. and sort of annoying, too.) It’s long, and it’s sort of supposed to stand-in for a blog entry today. The article’s a good read. I was annoyed. Clearly.

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2.Thought I had flushed it from my system, but then made the mistake of posting a link to my comment on Facebook. With attached snarky rant. More discussion. Preaching to the choir. Felt good. For awhile. Then like I’d wasted my time. Now I post a link to it here, hoping that maybe, if it doesn’t die quite yet, it won’t have been a waste of time.

Comments welcome.

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