Another blog on the fire or 6.7 billion people on the planet and 16.6% with internet access.

February 26, 2007

413084_16251.jpgEver wonder what the internet would look like if everybody was connected?  How many wonderfully kooky surprizes and useful innovations would be created by people in far away distant lands, and everyone of them just waiting to be discovered around the next corner? 

 This blog is one of them.  Well no, not one of those fancy shiny blogs, more like a old second-hand blog that was found curbside on trash day with the stuffing coming out.  We’ll take it home,  cover it with throws and beaded pillows, maybe add a few cats to the back for decoration.  It’ll be fine. 

 Considering what brillance is already available, it ocurs to me that someone -ok, me- must be at least slightly an egomaniac if they believe they have any new or useful thing to offer. Or perhaps they’re extroverts seeking new friends.  Those two things don’t apply to me, so I guess there’s a third possibility: that they want a return address for all the thousands of posts they’ve sent into the ether.  But if you think about it, that’s still a tiny bit of the first and a teeny bit of the second.  So I’m not quite as anti-social as I like to make out.  fiddlesticks, I’ve been found out.

Happy birthday, Miss Andrea’s!

One Response to “Another blog on the fire or 6.7 billion people on the planet and 16.6% with internet access.

  1. Mr WordPress Says:

    Hi, I’m from the welcome wagon.Heard there was a new feminazi in town, and just wanted to make sure you were settling in okay, and that you weren’t getting your knickers in a twist over the dust and debris left by the last occupant -maintainance staff already cleaned up most of the blood, I see.

    Well, enjoy your stay and don’t forget to turn out the lights when you’re done.


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