Hi! Do you remember blogs? Well, this used to be one. Now it just serves as an archive for my multiple Twitter accounts.
Etant donné que le site ne répond pas, je vais prendre les questions chez lui, en supposant qu’il ne les a pas inventées :o)
Let’s assume my weblog started with the first article that’s in my archives. Which is not exactly true, considering the previous failed attempts at having a journal or a weblog or a whatever-that-crappy-text-is. So. The first article dates back to october of 2001. Just make your own calculations, m’kay?
Hey, seriously, couldn’t you check out the fsckin’ archives yourself? So the first post is about the fact that I changed my site’s layout and that there was now a journal. Which is quite a logical topic for a first post, isn’t it?
The URL hasn’t changed yet (though if the domain transfer I just initiated fails as I expect it to, we’re likely to move in a near future). The name changed once, recently when my journal became, a blog and I realized that being linked as “garooweb” sounded ridiculous. And for some reason the commas have been consistently misplaced in the previous sentence. I just woke up.
I’m a boy, I don’t have PM… ok, nevermind. I make everything myself, I prefer it this way. That’s a constant in my life: I like to be the only one I can hold responsible for failures. As a corollary, I also like to be the only one who deserves praise when there are no failures.
Uh, nah. Can you repeat the question please? I mean, really, what’s the point of having both a journal and a weblog? Isn’t that the kind of separation made by people who just misunderstand the whole blog concept?