Weblogging is sort of boring, as I feared it might be. I’ve created a fair amount of pressure for myself to constantly update this site with silly short little bits of almost-content. That’s exactly the kind of thing I try to avoid doing at work.
Oh, yeah, I was supposed to talk about adjectives, like “heartbreaking” and “staggering.” I just read A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius and liked it. It mostly lives up to its title. Its author, Dave Eggers, currently edits McSweeney’s literary magazine. You may know this already.
The above paragraph has nothing to do with adjectives, aside from the fact that it contains some. We here at gohlkusmaximus.com apologize for any inconvenience we may have advertently or inadvertently caused.
Crap, almost forgot: If you haven’t seen this seminal Flash presentation—nay, multimedia masterpiece [link may be broken—try searching instead]—dealing with perhaps the most idiotic, most base craze/catchphrase/phenomenon ever to sweep the Web in its short and illustrious history, I don’t know what’s wrong with you. [The same thing that was wrong with me a week ago, I guess.] I admit I found it funny. Or maybe just amusing.
Crap, forgot: I guess I didn’t enter the 5k. There’s always next year.