I've started this blog with the intent of writing about anything and everything that interests me. Should I ever feel the need to talk about what I'm up to, or simply things that I like, this will be the place that I'll do it. Topics can--and likely will--range anywhere from technology, video games, sports, movies, television shows, or just my occasional daily happenings. I'll try to mix it up and keep things interesting.
This is my second blog here on Blogger, the first being this one. The reason for the shift of blogs is primarily due to another shift--one that's taken place in my mind over the past several months. I was in a very different place mentally when I started that other blog, and I want to break away from any negative feelings that may still be lingering there. I may still update the other blog when appropriate, but I want to do something new and fresh, and I feel that this is the best way to support that.
As you can see, I've completely and unremorsefully ripped off the IFC television show Portlandia for my title and bird icon representing the blog. I'm sure Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein won't mind. As a Portland native, I reserve the right to put a bird on it. I put a fair bit of work into making this blog look the way I wanted, but I know myself, and it's likely not going to look the same for very long. I apologize in advance for all of the ridiculous visual modifications that this blog is sure to undergo in the coming weeks and months.
To kick this blog off proper, I've written a little something about both an album that I've been obsessed with lately, as well as a third season premiere of a television show that I downright love. If things go according to plan, I'll also soon be writing a good bit about a cool piece of technology that I plan to start playing around with, as well as a little game called Star Trek Online, which has recently gone free-to-play.
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And with that, thanks for reading. Let's see where this crazy thing goes.