Sunday, July 23, 2006

"Happy Birthday" to My Blog

It was this time of last year when I was feeling pretty depressed for a lot of reasons. The work was not going so well, summer in Gainesville was extremely boring and a few of my good friends were leaving Gainesville for different reasons, not all very pleasant. I did have a blogger account before and wrote a couple of meaningless posts months back, but was too lazy to update it on a regular basis and felt it lacked focus. I was content with reading other people's blogs and admiring their writings and wondering how they have became so popular! Anyway, to cut a long story short, I revived my blog exactly a year back in the present form, partly to let the steam out initially, and so far managed to update it reasonably often, with all the the work pressure and travelling around. I would have loved to talk about more serious issues and my often radical perspectives on them but with the people kind enough to read my blog mostly showing an extreme reluctance to comment, I think it would be kind of meaningless. So it has drifted more towards a travel/photo blog with occasional personal posts and might stay that way in near future.

4 comments:

Woodsmoke said...

Hey Happy Birthday to your blog. May there be many more such birthdays to celebrate. All the best.

Munmun said...

Well I think there is nothing as in labelling yourself as 'radical'. Everyone has her/his own views and is free to express them. And I believe that Blogger is an extremely nice means to convey that and let out the jitters on issues inside you! Social communities as Bloggers are bound to succeed and wind inside our life's mainstream! I believ you ought to go ahead and diversify your blog more, in times to come, reading on those lines therefore. And its birthday is a very nice excuse to attempt to it!

mou said...

Happy B day to ur blog..kiddo!

Phenomenal Thinker said...

gimme a link to ur "Radical Thinkin" Blog..i'd like to read wht the world (blogger world) contributed in killing untimely...:~P